Big banks' stock prices may have rebounded from the hit after last month's Brexit vote, but between moving expenses and the central bank decisions that may follow the U.K.'s decision to quit the EU, the banks probably have major headaches on the horizon.
When three banks report earnings later this week, analysts and investors may hear what Wall Street plans to do to offset costs likely to come from the Brexit vote.
There's little Wall Street wants more than for the Brexit fears to be overblown. Bank executives banded together to tell the U.K. not to worry about their commitment to the region, but banks are widely expected to move some operations out of the United Kingdom. Many of them are not out of the woods yet, and the upheaval created by the Brexit vote will not come cheaply.