Bank of America, Citigroup, Annaly Capital Management, American Capital Agency, and Wells Fargo all use repo funding – is it a huge risk these companies?
ByHere To Learn: When I wrote about Wells Fargo (WFC) 8 months ago, it was trading at $36.99 and had a dividend yield of 3.24%. Since then, it has gone up by 19.0%, reaching $44.02. At this level, the yield has dropped to 2.73%. However,...Show More Summary
Wells Fargo chip analyst David Wong today reiterates an Outperform rating on shares of Intel (INTC), and a $26 to $30 “valuation range,” after digging into some of the data from the company’s analyst day meeting two weeks ago, data that suggest the company’s gross profit margin could rise “several percent higher than the current [...]
Wells Fargo has announced that its Visa credit card customers can now request a card with chip-based technology by calling the service number listed on the back of their existing credit card. The bank said that "if a new card is requested, it will be equipped with chip-based technology, Visa payWave, and a magnetic stripe. Show More Summary
Citigroup has a paltry dividend yield and dividend payout when compared to JPMorgan Chase, U.S. Bancorp, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America; but that may all change in 2014.
Our analysts give one stock pick for you "Grandma, Uncle, and Niece." The group discusses Health Care REIT, Wells Fargo, Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs, and BofI Holding.
By Peter Mycroft Psaras: On November 25, 2013 Seeking Alpha's Market Currents had the following news: Time Warner Cable could be worth $160/share in Comcast/Charter bid Wells Fargo analyst Marci Ryvicker looks at what a joint Comcast...Show More Summary
SECURITIZING SOLAR Bonds Backed by Solar Power Payments Get Nod Diane Cardwell, November 14, 2013 (NY Times) “…[I]n a milestone of sorts for the emerging solar industry, the finance wizards are embracing a new kind of security, thisShow More Summary
U.S. Bancorp is a long-term investment for shareholders. We could also invest in Wells Fargo and Bank of America for dividend yield and share repurchases
Competing with this email is the one sent out earlier in the month by a kid following a “Chill Night @ Kips.” From: [redacted] Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2013 10:42 PM To: [redacted at Bank of America] Subject: Chill Night @ Kips Hey...Show More Summary
Fifth Third and Wells Fargo face more legal pain.
Kids, this is why you shouldn't slam anyone over e-mail. A college student bashed Wells Fargo bankers calling them "doofuses" and "boners" in an email sent to some "bros" at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The student, who had met the...Show More Summary
…and that would be that he’s too good for Wells Fargo, and he’s wasting his time trying to score a position with the firm. In sum, it’s not him, it’s you, a notion he expressed in an email circa 5AM on Sunday. From: [redacted] Sent:Show More Summary
ByJosh Arnold: Late in 2012, Wells Fargo (WFC) took advantage of the low interest rate environment that has persisted for several years now by issuing its Series O preferred stock. This issue allowed Wells to raise roughly $600 million in funds at a relatively low interest rate and strengthen its balance sheet. Show More Summary
Wells Fargo certainly has a lot going for it compared with peers such as U.S. Bancorp, PNC, Bank of America, and Citigroup, but there's one thing investors may be overlooking.
There is one thing that is distinctly unique about Citigroup when compared with peers Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.
U.S. Bancorp’s leader on acquisitions and how it relates to Bank of America, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo.
ByJoseph Harry: With the financial sector recovering, I've been looking at the banks a little closer lately. Out of the "Big Four", or more specifically -- Wells Fargo (WFC), JP Morgan (JPM), Citigroup (C), and Bank of America (BAC) -- there seems to be one bank that sticks out. Show More Summary