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New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYCB)

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    Bigbadwolfe
    $NYCB conversation
    With the merger off maybe they will restore dividend at prior level.
  • J
    Jerome
    $NYCB conversation
    So NYCB management spent over a year and a bunch of money, cut the dividend, and caused the market value to crater, and now they won't go through with the merger. This merger was a bad idea in the first place. Fire the managers responsible and cut their pay. They will probably get a big bonus anyway after screwing stockholders.
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    Raven
    Been a NYCB holder for a long time. Have never had second thoughts until recently. Is Astoria really worth the dividend cuts and the price hit on the stock. Or is this another case of a few "connected" individuals enriching themselves at the cost of others??? I don't know. But it sure smells fishy and I don't live anywhere close to an ocean
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    X
    $NYCB conversation
    Yakubis, is the deal with AF canceled?
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    Dave
    $NYCB conversation
    The stock is being hammered because institutional investors now have doubts about management competence. This is inconsistent with earlier investor doubts about the Astoria deal. It was either good or bad; now investors saying either way is bad.

    What is likely to happen from here? Two things: (1) higher margins from improved yield curve, which should allow NYCB to raise the dividend, thus boosting the stock as well. (2) The Republicans are all but certain to loosen the rules governing small and mid-size banks, allowing NYCB to grow above $50 billion without SYFY restrictions. This should happen sometime in 2017 and also boost the stock.

    Today's sellers are wrong.
  • S
    Steven
    $NYCB conversation
    Anyone who voted for the acquisition of Astoria - who is not an Astoria shareholder - now think they made a mistake? NYCB has not been this low since June 2013; since the vote the stock is down 26% and the dividend was reduced 32%. BRILLIANT!!!!
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    Gunter
    $NYCB conversation
    As of today, we've had the share price down almost 15% despite community and regional banks rocketing up, we've had the dividend cut 23%, and we don't have an accretive asset to show for it.

    Unless we hear something more, it had to be considered a major league fiasco and I would gurantee class action lawsuits.

    The only reason I held this was because I had a lot of confidence in management, but I gave to admit to having doubts.
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    dave
    $NYCB conversation
    New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (the "Company") (NYSE: NYCB), the holding company for New York Community Bank and New York Commercial Bank, today announced that, based on discussions with its regulators, it does not expect to receive the regulatory approvals required to consummate the proposed merger with Astoria Financial Corporation ("Astoria Financial") (NYSE: AF) by the end of 2016.

    Under the terms of the merger agreement with Astoria Financial, either the Company or Astoria Financial may terminate the agreement, without penalty, if the merger has not occurred by December 31, 2016. Astoria Financial and the Company remain committed to the transaction, but any extension of such date or other modification under the merger agreement is subject to the discretionary approval of the Boards of Directors of both companies, and there can be no assurance that both Boards will agree to any such extension or other modification.
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    ramseed2
    $NYCB conversation
    In reviewing the Annual Financials for the last 5 years, I am wondering why the enormous dropoff in Operating Income for year 2015 from $755.74 million down to $12.66 million..???? Also, why the monumental increase in Interest Expense on Debt to $1.12 Billion from $392.97 million..????? any reasonable, fact based answers are welcome as if this is true, the share price may be too expensive where it is now and a reason why Astoria bailed out... They had a long time to realize that they have more value with their "stand alone" numbers and future than with NYCB...!!!
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    Dan
    New York Community Bancorp Inc.
    I sold today. Better places to park money while everything with the merger takes place. Loved this stock previously but that was ore-dividend cut.
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    Senator Blutarsky
    New York Community Bancorp, Inc.
    Thank you Fic. for the lump of coal in our stocking this year.
  • S
    Steven
    $NYCB conversation
    If the Astoria deal is truly dead (and not later revived), this is very good news.
  • R
    Raven
    This stock just keeps circling the drain. What a shame. Management needs a shakeup with heads rolling.
  • R
    Raven
    We won't see the dividend restored. After all the geniuses that originally thought up the idea of a merger had their bonuses for that. Now they deserve to get another bonus + for their monumental decision not to merge. After all don't they deserve it more than us??
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    Paul
    $NYCB conversation
    Why is the merger being declared dead a bad thing? I would think the stock price would have jumped 3% instead of falling 3%. Is it a buying opportunity?

    Possible Dividend being reinstated to around 6% level.
    No added regulatory expense from the merger and NYCB being over $50 Billion.
    Getting back to its core efficient business.

    How are these not viewed as positives?

    Merry Christmas
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    Shawn
    $NYCB on its way back to $13
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    clifford
    $NYCB conversation
    Will they have to restate last years earnings? I remember NYCB took a 1billion restructuring charge related to the merger, which is now not happening, anyone else wondering? Dividend hike would be nice too, not much making sense around here.
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    clifford
    New York Community Bancorp, Inc.
    no new banks will be designated sifi, except in emergencies, during the review period where after we will raise the limit of sifi designation and reduce regulatory compliance on all banks. live on cnbc new treasury secretary stated the words following which the president signed an executive order in regards to this. you heard it here, onwards and upwards
  • S
    Seth
    $NYCB conversation
    5 downgrades this morning. Going to be a long day. They would need to reinstate their .25 per share quarterly dividend, to stabilize the stock price.
  • R
    Ridge walking
    $NYCB conversation
    NYCB website does not say the merger if off as of 2:35 PM CT Tuesday 12/20/2016 so how do we know if the news is fake news when the company days nothing on its official website?