NWT.DE - Wells Fargo & Company

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
42.83
+1.48 (+3.58%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close41.35
Open41.06
Bid0.00 x 57000
Ask0.00 x 13500
Day's Range41.06 - 43.05
52 Week Range40.70 - 53.60
Volume698
Avg. Volume1,610
Market Cap208.163B
Beta0.92
PE Ratio (TTM)10.22
EPS (TTM)4.19
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.28 (3.08%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-02-01
1y Target EstN/A
  • The Wall Street Journal58 minutes ago

    [$$] How Wells Fargo’s $1 Billion Settlement Affects Its Earnings

    Wells Fargo said its $1 billion regulatory settlement was prompting it to revise its first-quarter profit downward by $800 million, cutting its per-share earnings to 96 cents a share from the initially ...

  • The Wall Street Journal59 minutes ago

    [$$] Wells Fargo Struggles to Meet an Enforcement-Action Deadline

    Wells Fargo is facing more regulatory challenges as it seeks an extension in a deadline to satisfy an enforcement action related to anti-money-laundering controls.

  • Wells Fargo CEO Faces Scrutiny of Unit He Ran
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Wells Fargo CEO Faces Scrutiny of Unit He Ran

    Wells Fargo & Co.’s struggle to shore up money-laundering controls in its division serving companies may prove awkward for Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan as he faces shareholders Tuesday.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Here’s what Wells Fargo did to trigger a $1 billion fine

    Unlike many of the scandals that have triggered billion-dollar penalties, the problems that triggered a 10-figure federal government settlement for Wells Fargo don’t appear to have colorful emails or trader ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    U.S. banks push mortgage apps as home lending slows

    Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) has spent $1 billion on its digital banking services in the last six years and launched its lineup of techy mortgage products last week. Bank of America's app automatically fills in a customer's address, employment history and other information that the bank already has, cutting out hundreds of boxes customers would otherwise have to fill. Quicken Loans was the first to gain traction with digital home loans following its 2016 Rocket Mortgage launch.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    New accounting rule raises revenue for big banks, but not all are highlighting the change

    JPM says revenue is higher by $303 million but Citi, Bank of America are less forthcomingReutersJP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon speaks at a Remain in the EU campaign event attended by Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (not shown) at JP Morgan's corporate centre in Bournemouth, southern Britain, June 3, 2016. As new accounting standards for recognizing revenue take effect in the first quarter of 2018, big banks are taking decidedly different tacks in explaining how some revenues would be reported going forward, and why they are higher or lower than what investors may have expected. The biggest commercial and investment banks have already explained how new rules for reporting revenue, effective for most public companies on Jan 1, would impact results.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Mulvaney’s first fine at CFPB is second-largest in history of agency

    The $1 billion fine imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and first since Mick Mulvaney took over the agency, ranks as the second-highest in the history of the agency.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Weekend roundup: Amazon’s prime success | Wells Fargo’s sins | Netflix’s blowout

    Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend.

  • Wells Fargo's Big Fine Puts Fresh Focus on Power of Trump Tweets
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Wells Fargo's Big Fine Puts Fresh Focus on Power of Trump Tweets

    For years, Republican lawmakers and regulators have groused about big corporate fines, arguing that they mostly punish blameless shareholders, not the executives who are responsible for misconduct. Then President Donald Trump tweeted his ire about Wells Fargo & Co. and -- at least in the case of the embattled bank -- the GOP is singing a different tune. Watchdogs appointed by Trump -- including a conservative former congressman -- announced Friday that Wells Fargo would pay $1 billion to settle allegations that its auto-lending and mortgage businesses abused consumers.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Wells Fargo to Pay $1 Billion to Settle Risk Management Claims

    Wells Fargo agreed to pay $1 billion to settle federal claims of misconduct in its auto and mortgage lending businesses. The fine is the largest against a bank so far in the Trump administration.

  • Wells Fargo's $1 billion fine doesn't fit the 'crime': Securities attorney
    CNBC2 days ago

    Wells Fargo's $1 billion fine doesn't fit the 'crime': Securities attorney

    The $1 billion that Wells Fargo must pay to settle lending abuses is not high enough, securities attorney Andrew Stoltmann says.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Wells Fargo's $1 billion fine doesn't fit the 'crime': Securities attorney

    The $1 billion that Wells Fargo must pay to settle lending abuses is not high enough, securities attorney Andrew Stoltmann says.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Closing Bell: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

    Markets fell across the board Friday.

  • Big banks saved $3.6B in taxes last quarter under new law
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Big banks saved $3.6B in taxes last quarter under new law

    The nation's six big Wall Street banks posted record, or near record, profits in the first quarter, and they can thank one person in particular: President Donald Trump. While higher interest rates allowed ...

  • U.S. banks push mortgage apps as home lending slows
    Reuters2 days ago

    U.S. banks push mortgage apps as home lending slows

    Big U.S. banks are racing to launch websites and mobile apps to make getting a mortgage faster and easier, investments that may have modest near-term payoffs as home lending activity slows. Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) has spent $1 billion on its digital banking services in the last six years and launched its lineup of techy mortgage products last week. Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) rolled out its website and app service during the first quarter, and JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), which is investing $1.4 billion in technology in 2018, plans to launch its offering later this year.

  • Wells Fargo fined $1B for mortgage, auto lending abuses
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Wells Fargo fined $1B for mortgage, auto lending abuses

    Wells Fargo will pay $1 billion to federal regulators to settle charges tied to misconduct at its mortgage and auto lending business, the latest punishment levied against the banking giant for widespread ...

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Jump on this opportunity to get Wells Fargo’s stock on sale

    It’s the best long-term performer among the big six U.S. banks, yet it’s trading at a low valuation.

  • Triad banks contribute to tornado relief efforts
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Triad banks contribute to tornado relief efforts

    Banks including Wells Fargo, Truliant, BB&T and First Bank are pitching in to help the region recover from an April 15 tornado.

  • Wells Fargo must pay $1B fine in order from federal regulators
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Wells Fargo must pay $1B fine in order from federal regulators

    Wells Fargo & Co. will pay $1 billion in penalties to regulators, as part of a consent order with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced today.

  • Wells Fargo May Not Be Done Paying for Its Misdeeds
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Wells Fargo May Not Be Done Paying for Its Misdeeds

    Wells Fargo & Co.'s $1 billion settlement with regulators already has some saying that this marks the end of a troubled period for the scandal-plagued bank. Part of the reason for the optimism is the size of the fine. Wells Fargo paid only $185 million for its fake-account scandal, which impacted as many as 3.5 million customers.

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Wells Fargo Hammered By Feds For Auto Loan Insurance Scam

    Wells Fargo continues to try and change its culture of defrauding customers to book fees. Wells Fargo was hit Friday with a $1 billion fine from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of The Comptroller of the Currency to punish the bank for disregarding its own advertising promise to lock in interest rates on mortgages, as well as coercing consumers to pay for insurance on top of their auto loans that they did not need. Wells Fargo has been caught over the last two years violating numerous regulations, including opening unauthorized accounts for customers as a means for the bank’s sales force to meet quotas and earn bonuses for new business.

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    CFPB Fines Wells Fargo $1 Billion

    Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC ) has agreed to pay a $1-billion fine to the government related to abusive lending and auto insurance practices. What Happened Wells Fargo said Friday that it has agreed to ...

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    How Wells Fargo Became One Of the The Biggest Banks In America

    Wells Fargo ( WFC) is currently embroiled in a scandal where it is alleged that employees opened millions of fake accounts under the names of unwitting customers. The scandal has rocked the banking industry, and has dealt a critical blow to the bank's reputation. The Federal Reserve recently announced that it will restrict the bank's growth in the light of consumer abuses till it sufficiently improves its governance and controls. How does Wells Fargo usually make money?

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Wells Fargo Hit With $1 Billion in Fines Over Car-Insurance Probe

    Wells Fargo, led by CEO Tim Sloan, is struggling to recover from a series of scandals stemming from an alleged corporate culture of aggressive sales practices, including the opening of millions of unauthorized ...

  • Wells Fargo fine doesn't fit the crime, it should be high...
    CNBC Videos2 days ago

    Wells Fargo fine doesn't fit the crime, it should be high...

    Andrew Stoltmann, shareholder advocate, and Chris Whalen, Whalen Global Advisors, discuss the hefty fine and the fact that Wells stock was still up 2 percent on the day.