- Barrons.com•16 hours ago
The San Francisco–based institution has a large, highly profitable, and growing core banking business, but it also relies on one-time gains, including those from sales of securities and other assets. On the news, the stock fell 2%, to around $48, where it continues to trade, as investors deemed the results disappointing, and several analysts cut forward earnings estimates. Wells Fargo (WFC) was the only U.S. banking giant—the others being Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), and JPMorgan Chase (JPM)—whose second-quarter core results fell short of expectations.
- Financial Times•yesterday
As thousands of red, white and blue balloons floated down from the roof of the Wells Fargo arena in Philadelphia on Thursday night, a thunderous ovation celebrated the crowning of Hillary Clinton as the ...
Wells Fargo & CompanyNYSE
After hours: 48.000.03 (0.06%) as of 7:31 PM EDT
|Bid||47.98 x 100|
|Ask||48.05 x 2200|
|52wk Range||44.50 - 58.16|
|Day's Range||47.95 - 48.17|
|Avg Vol (3m)||18,703,084|
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