Trefis Morning Coffee – OpenTable, BNY Mellon, HP & Barclays


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Kicking off Friday… We take a look at OpenTable ( OPEN ) on the heels of its recent quarterly earnings release. Net income, while up substantially on a year-over-year basis, showed a sequential decline. The result seems to have scared some investors, as the stock price dropped in the wake of the announcement. Moving into the financial sector, we feature a forecast for BNY Mellon's ( BK ) assets under management (AuM). The firm's acquisition of Talon Asset Management will add $800 million in private client assets. However, that figure pales in comparison to the company's existing AuM base.

Test your knowledge of Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ ) in our quiz of the day. And feel free to take a look at today's free company model for Barclays ( BCS ).

OpenTable - Company of the Day

OpenTable recently released its performance figures for Q1 2011, and the company seems to have done a fair job overall. But results were clearly below expectations as the stock price dropped almost 15% in the wake of the announcement. Net income of about $4.2 million for the quarter was 66% higher than last year's number, but still 18% below the amount generated in Q4 2010.

See our complete analysis for OpenTable stock here

BNY Mellon - Forecast of the Day

BNY Mellon's purchase of Talon Asset Management's wealth management operations adds $800 million to BNY Mellon's private client assets. The acquisition of Talon's wealth management business, while notable, adds little upside to BNY Mellon's stock value due to the relatively small incremental effect of Talon s assets on BNY Mellon's existing base of assets under management.

See our complete analysis for BNY Mellon stock here

Hewlett-Packard - Quiz of the Day

How has HP's market share in desktops trended over the past two years?

  1. Increased
  2. Decreased
  3. Remained Flat

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