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Builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes rose four points in August to 68 on the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI). All three HMI components posted gains in August. The component gauging currentShow More Summary
Wells Fargo names former Fed governor Elizabeth Duke as chair, making her the first woman to lead one of the nation's largest banks.
Stephen W. Sanger will retire as chairman of the scandal-plagued bank and will be succeeded by Elizabeth A. Duke, a former Federal Reserve Board governor.
Calls for changes on the board intensified last month after the bank said 500,000 clients might have unwittingly paid for protection against vehicle loss or damage while making monthly loan payments, even though many drivers already had their own insurance policies.
Stephen Sanger, the chairman of Wells Fargo & Co., will step down from the board of the embattled bank effective Jan. 1 and will be replaced by former Federal Reserve official Elizabeth A. “Betsy” Duke, the bank announced Tuesday. Two other long-serving directors, Cynthia H. Milligan and Susan...
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U.S. homebuilders bounce back as current sales and sales expectations leap forward. National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index now stands at 68.
One of the world's largest hedge funds made a huge bet that scandal-plagued Wells Fargo's worst days are behind it. Viking Global, a $30 billion asset manager founded by Swedish billionaire Andreas Halvorsen, disclosed Monday it hadShow More Summary
The prospect of further regulatory actions against the bank, whose misdeeds are far-reaching, appear to be diminishing under the Trump administration.
Over the weekend, Wells Fargo updated the application pages for two popular cards to reflect a new cap on purchases that earn a special bonus during the first six months. The Wells Fargo Visa Signature now offers 5X on up to $12,500Show More Summary
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It's been a whole day since we learned about another example of systematic, widespread fraud by America's largest bank Wells Fargo (ripping off small merchants with credit card fees), so it's definitely time to learn about another one:...Show More Summary
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California’s insurance regulators have launched an investigation into Wells Fargo following the bank’s confession that it forced hundreds of thousands of auto loan borrowers to pay for insurance policies they didn’t need and, in many cases, were unaware of. Show More Summary
The hits keep on coming for the largest bank in America: in addition to stealing millions with fraudulent overdraft fees, creating 2,000,000 fraudulent accounts, blackballing whistleblowers, defrauding mortgage borrowers, and stealing...Show More Summary
Wells Fargo's attempt to regain trust with customers may not be helped by this claim: Days after admitting it signed 570,000 customers up for auto insurance they didn't need —leading to ruined credit scores and repossessions—the bank is now accused of targeting mom-and-pop shops in a deliberate, years-long...
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Two weeks after the latest consumer scandal involving Warren Buffett's favorite bank, Wells Fargo, broke when the NYT reported that as many as 800,000 people who took out car loans from Wells were also charged for auto insurance they...Show More Summary