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Wells Fargo Blasts Past JP Morgan To Become Biggest Bank By Market Cap (JPM, WFC)

Wells Fargo has overtaken JP Morgan to become the largest U.S. bank by stock-market value, Bloomberg notes. Wells Fargo’s market cap increased to $157.6 billion at the close of today's trading. JPMorgan's value is $156.4 billion. For the year, Wells Fargo is up 11%, while JP Morgan has lost 4%. The reason investors are excited about Wells Fargo? Its acquisition of Wachovia in the depths of the financial crisis is paying off.
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Consolidated Water: Not Very Compelling Valuation

Business & Finance / Investing : Seeking Alpha (3 months ago)

By George Fisher: Consolidated Water Co LTD (CWCO) is the smallest publicly traded water utility company in the sector. With a market cap of $156 million, it is dwarfed by other players, albeit the entire industry is composed of sma... Read Post

Stocks Bleed Higher, Big Action In Banks And China

Business & Finance / Investing : Great Speculations (10 months ago)

Earnings this morning from Goldman Sachs were very disappointing. The stock traded as low as $156 but has since recovered to $158. Goldman is raising its dividend from 50 cents to 55 cents. Read Post

Number of the Day

Issues & Causes / Feminism : Shakesville (3 years ago)

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