WFC - Wells Fargo & Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
46.54
-0.49 (-1.04%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close47.03
Open46.55
Bid46.29 x 1400
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range46.38 - 47.49
52 Week Range46.38 - 66.31
Volume25,913,029
Avg. Volume23,005,256
Market Cap219.075B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)10.99
EPS (TTM)4.23
Earnings DateJan 15, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.72 (3.60%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-11-08
1y Target Est61.59
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    ETF Spotlight: Financial sector unpopularity won't last, ...

    Former Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO Richard Kovacevich speaks with CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" team about the financial sector.

  • Banks are expected to see a ‘favorable operating environment’ in 2019: Moody’s
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  • Barrons.com9 hours ago

    Week’s Best: Morgan Stanley’s Saperstein on Growth; Wells Fargo RIA

    Reasons to cheer (WFC) RIA plan. The wirehouse’s recently announced plan to open RIA offices is the talk of the industry and has generated some skepticism. The RIA model may be less profitable than Wells’ brokerage business, but it could help the company retain and recruit advisors interested in making the transition to an RIA, according to Elzweig.

  • Wells Fargo (WFC) Stock Moves -1.04%: What You Should Know
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  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Wells Fargo Prods Less-Productive Brokers

    ’s compensation plan for advisors will be largely unchanged next year, but the wirehouse’s lowest-producing reps will feel a pinch. The pay rate for advisors with at least seven years of experience will drop if their 12-month revenue dips below $250,000, Bloomberg reports. The company’s advisors typically keep 22% of monthly revenue until they reach a monthly target of $11,500, $12,500 or $13,250 (depending on the advisor) and then 50% of additional revenue, the news outlet notes.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Wells Fargo Prods Less-Productive Brokers

    (WFC)’s compensation plan for advisors will be largely unchanged next year, but the wirehouse’s lowest-producing reps will feel a pinch. The pay rate for advisors with at least seven years of experience will drop if their 12-month revenue dips below $250,000, Bloomberg reports. The company’s advisors typically keep 22% of monthly revenue until they reach a monthly target of $11,500, $12,500 or $13,250 (depending on the advisor) and then 50% of additional revenue, the news outlet notes.

  • Retail Sales Show U.S. Consumer Keeping Foot on Growth Pedal
    Bloombergyesterday

    Retail Sales Show U.S. Consumer Keeping Foot on Growth Pedal

    Americans took advantage of lower fuel prices and Black Friday sales that kicked off the holiday-shopping season last month, setting up household consumption for a stronger-than-expected quarterly increase following what were already the best back-to-back gains in four years. Factory output was unchanged last month while the prior month’s reading was revised to a decline from a gain, Federal Reserve data showed Friday. While the economy’s pace is still projected to moderate in the final three months of the year from 3.5 percent in the third quarter, retail sales alleviated some concerns that growth is weakening even more.

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  • Business Wireyesterday

    Wells Fargo Asset Management Announces Changes to Global Dividend Opportunity Fund and Utilities and High Income Fund Portfolio Management Teams

    Effective December 14, 2018, Andrew Tuttle, CFA, of Crow Point Partners, LLC, a subadvisor to the Wells Fargo Global Dividend Opportunity Fund (EOD) and the Wells Fargo Utilities and High Income Fund (NYSE American: ERH),1 has been added as a portfolio manager of the equity sleeves for both funds. The funds’ investment philosophies and processes will remain the same.

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    Squeezed for space: Local businesses get SBA loans for new construction

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  • Business Wire3 days ago

    Wells Fargo Announces Fourth Quarter 2018 Earnings Information

    Wells Fargo & Company , as previously announced, will report its fourth quarter 2018 earnings on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at 5 a.m. PT . The news release will be available at https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/investor-relations/quarterly-earnings/.

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  • CNBC3 days ago

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  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] US inflation cools in November as energy costs fall

    While the US central bank is still widely expected to raise interest rates for a fourth time this year when it meets next week, the outlook for further rate rises in 2019 has become murkier amid trade worries, market turmoil and dovish comments from Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell. Fed funds futures are pricing in a 34 per cent chance that the central bank does not touch interest rates next year.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Unpublished Report Found Campus Banks Cashing In on High Fees

    A previously unpublished Consumer Financial Protection Bureau analysis of fees associated with college students’ bank accounts found Wells Fargo & Co. products were overwhelmingly the most expensive, and fees were higher for accounts where banks paid colleges to market their products. The report confirms the findings in a Wall Street Journal investigation published in January that looked at the contracts banks had with more than 100 colleges and universities, and the fees that students pay on those accounts. The CFPB reviewed the fees associated with debit cards and other financial products provided by 14 companies to students at more than 500 colleges across the country in the 2016-17 year.

  • Barrons.com4 days ago

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    Opening RIA offices could help the business retain advisors, attract clients and brighten a narrative that has been darkened by scandals over the past two years