TABLE-Fourth-quarter earnings poll for Brazil's largest listed banks

miércoles 28 de enero de 2015 05:00 GYT
 

Jan 28 (Reuters) - The following are estimates for key
fourth-quarter earnings indicators at Brazil's three largest
listed banks. 
    Seven analysts contributed estimates for Itaú Unibanco
Holding SA, five for state-controlled Banco do Brasil
SA and nine for Banco Bradesco SA.
    For a preview of fourth-quarter results for Brazil's largest
listed banks, see 
     ITAÚ UNIBANCO        Q4 2014     Q3 2014     Q4 2013
    Recurring Profit     5.367 bln   5.457 bln   4.680 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                 -1.7 pct    14.7 pct 
     Recurring ROE       23.4 pct    24.7 pct    23.9 pct 
  90-Day Default Ratio    3.2 pct     3.2 pct     3.7 pct 
  Loan-Loss Provisions   4.483 bln   4.741 bln   4.191 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                 -5.4 pct     7.0 pct 
                                                      
     BANCO BRADESCO       Q4 2014     Q3 2014     Q4 2013
    Recurring Profit     3.971 bln   3.950 bln   3.199 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                  0.5 pct    24.1 pct 
     Recurring ROE       19.8 pct    20.4 pct    18.0 pct 
  90-Day Default Ratio    3.6 pct     3.6 pct     3.5 pct 
  Loan Loss Provisions   3.432 bln   3.348 bln   2.961 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                  2.5 pct    15.9 pct 
                                                      
    BANCO DO BRASIL       Q4 2014     Q3 2014     Q4 2013
    Recurring Profit     2.908 bln   2.885 bln   2.424 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                  0.8 pct    20.0 pct 
     Recurring ROE       14.6 pct    16.1 pct    14.2 pct 
  90-Day Default Ratio    2.2 pct     2.1 pct     2.0 pct 
  Loan-Loss Provisions   4.798 bln   4.571 bln   4.188 bln
                           reais       reais       reais
      Pct Change (%)                  5.0 pct    14.6 pct 
 
 (Reporting by Guillermo Parra-Bernal; Editing by Jeffrey
Benkoe)