Big bank watch. (Trade Talk).
* Banco de Credito del Peru
The net income of Peru's No. 1 bank surged, thanks to exchange rate gains and reduced loan provisions in the second quarter of 2002. Its U.S. operation moved to Miami from New York New York, state, United States
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* Banco Itau
The Brazilian bank posted sharply reduced net income in dollar terms due to a 22% second-quarter drop in the real and accounting for goodwill from the purchase of Banco do Estado de Goias. The bank bought Banco Sudameris Brasil for US$925 million.
* Banco de Chile The Banco de Chile (Chile Bank), is the second biggest banking group of Chile, behind the Banco Santander Santiago followed by the BBVA Chile. Founded the 28 of October of 1893 by the fusion of the banks of Valparaiso (1855), National of Chile (1865) and Agriculturist (1869).
The Chilean bank's net income continues to plummet as it struggles through the first six months of its merger with Banco Edwards. It has incurred 89% of the budgeted merger expenses. Loan volume growth remains sluggish.