BlackRock’s third-quarter earnings report is due on October 13, 2021. Considering the previous quarterly report, this guide will forecast the company’s third-quarter earnings report. BLK is the world’s largest fund managing company with a total of $9 trillion in assets. Strong fee growth and income from technology services helped BlackRock’s second quarter profits climb 28% to $10.03 per share. The company’s iShares exchange-traded fund now has $3 trillion in assets, up from $2.8 trillion in March.
Earnings increased to $1.55 billion in the second quarter on $4.82 billion in revenue. Last year, on revenue of $4.39 billion, BlackRock made $1.2 billion, or $7.77 per share . Revenue from investment advisory, administration fees, and securities lending rose $165 million in the first quarter of 2021, owing to organic growth, the favorable impact of market beta and fluctuations in exchange rates on average AUM, and the effect of one extra day in the quarter, slightly driven by increases in yield-related fee waivers on certain money market funds . Securities lending revenue climbed to $140 million in the first quarter of 2021, up from $127 million the previous quarter. Performance fees rose $228 million from the second quarter of 2020 to the first quarter of 2021, owing to higher income from liquid and illiquid substitute goods. Revenue from technology services rose $38 million in the second quarter of 2020, owing largely to increasing revenue from Aladdin service. It is an electronic wealth management system created by BlackRock back in 2013.
BlackRock announced $10.03 earnings per share (EPS) in the previous quarter, beating the analysts’ average of $9.33 by $0.70 . BlackRock’s earnings are anticipated to rise 13.91% this year, from $38.24 to $43.56 per share. In addition, despite the Covid-19 issue, BlackRock’s earnings exceeded expectations in all four quarters of 2020
The company’s asset base has increased over the previous year, and this trend is expected to continue in 2021. In FY2021, total revenues are anticipated to reach $18.3 billion. For the third quarter of 2021, BLK’s net income margin is around the same level as in Q3 of 2020.
BlackRock Inc. Stock Analysis
Although the stock did manage to gain some ground in the third week of September, it was a short-lived upside. The stock plummeted again during the last week of September, hitting a low of 818, which was previously seen in May. The stock price is below the 100-day moving average on the daily chart, and the MACD is showing a downward trajectory. This suggests a bearish trend. The next support for the stock lies around 817, a level which it hit in the first week of October. If the price falls below this level, it could deteriorate below the 800-mark. On the other hand, the stock’s resistance lies around 880, a level which it crossed late in September. If the price breaches this level, it could climb towards or even above the 900-mark .
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