WFC - Wells Fargo & Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
55.150
+0.070 (+0.13%)
As of 3:39PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close55.080
Open54.680
Bid55.140 x 2900
Ask55.150 x 3100
Day's range54.600 - 55.230
52-week range49.270 - 66.310
Volume10,747,810
Avg. volume19,522,143
Market cap268.739B
Beta1.25
PE ratio (TTM)13.68
EPS (TTM)4.031
Earnings date13 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.56 (2.84%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-03
1y target est60.80
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
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  • Barrons.com4 hours ago

    Wells Fargo Could Restructure Wealth Unit

    Wells Fargo is eyeing a restructuring of its wealth management business, The Wall Street Journal reports. The plan is to combine the business’s Wealth Brokerage Services (around 3,400 brokers who work out of retail bank branches) and Private Client Group (around 9,500 brokers who work out of Wells’ brokerage offices), people familiar with the matter tell the Journal. Some sources also told the Journal that Wells is considering reducing around 1,000 jobs through attrition.

  • Wells Fargo (WFC) Plans to Streamline Wealth Management Unit
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    Wells Fargo (WFC) Plans to Streamline Wealth Management Unit

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  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

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  • Wells Fargo Is Weighing Changes to Wealth Unit While it Cuts Costs
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Wells Fargo Is Weighing Changes to Wealth Unit While it Cuts Costs

    “Our wealth and investment-management group is reimagining our business to become more efficient,” spokeswoman Shea Leordeanu said in an emailed statement. The San Francisco-based lender may trim about 1,000 jobs through attrition and cut 100 regional managers, the Wall Street Journal reported late Monday citing sources it didn’t identify. Wealth-management head Jon Weiss said at the firm’s investor day last month that the unit is targeting around $600 million in savings by 2020.

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  • The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

    [$$] Wells Fargo to Restructure Wealth Management Business

    Wells Fargo & Co. is expected to announce a restructuring of its wealth management business, according to people familiar with the matter, as it grapples with government investigations tied to client referrals and other related matters. The bank is planning to combine two large divisions within the business, known internally as Wealth Brokerage Services and Private Client Group, the people said. The private client group has about 9,500 brokers who work out of Wells Fargo’s brokerage offices, and Wealth Brokerage Services has around 3,400 brokers who work out of retail bank branches.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Wells Fargo mulls combining wealth management divisions

    The two divisions - the private client group overseen by David Kowach and wealth brokerage services overseen by Jay Welker - have long overlapped. Wealth brokerage services, which employs brokers who work in bank branches, is in the same section of the bank as the private bank, which employs wealth managers who advise the ultra-rich.

  • Wells Fargo mulls combining wealth management divisions
    Reuters20 hours ago

    Wells Fargo mulls combining wealth management divisions

    The two divisions - the private client group overseen by David Kowach and wealth brokerage services overseen by Jay Welker - have long overlapped. Wealth brokerage services, which employs brokers who work in bank branches, is in the same section of the bank as the private bank, which employs wealth managers who advise the ultra-rich.

  • These Banks Are Seen Paying Out The Most To Investors After Stress Test
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  • Wells Fargo Asset Management Unit Taps Into Private Credit
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  • Business Wireyesterday

    Wells Fargo Investment Institute Midyear Outlook

    Wells Fargo Investment Institute today released its 2018 midyear outlook report, “Late Cycle Doesn’t Mean End of Cycle.” The report makes the case that the economic recovery, which coincides with the equity bull market, has more room to run. It also describes near-term opportunities in U.S. equities and suggests that the environment is becoming more favorable for select alternative investment strategies. “The first half of the year certainly delivered on our outlook’s anticipated market volatility, but there are a variety of indicators that convince us the bull market could run for another year or longer.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Wells Fargo Struggles to Get Off the Municipal-Bond Blacklist

    Some states and cities that do business with Wells Fargo & Co. continue to steer clear of the bank when selling municipal bonds to the public, the latest sign larger customers haven’t forgiven its sales-practices scandal. New York City’s leaders have a prohibition on bond deals with Wells Fargo. California and Ohio both recently extended their own limitations on doing business with the bank.

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