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Macquarie analysts said Wells Fargo (WFC) stock could hit as low as $42, but it's 'challenging' to predict given the numerous negative headlines related to the account openings issue.
Stock losses accelerate by early afternoon Thursday as Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo drag on the financials sector.
Its central goal is to preserve the institution.
Despite its temporary political woes, Wells Fargo is the best bank stock out there. And right now, it is dirt cheap.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf is testifying about the bank's accounts scandal before the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday morning and afternoon.
Warren Buffet owns nearly a 10% stake in Wells Fargo (WFC).
U.S. stocks fall into the red by late Thursday morning as Mylan kicks off a selloff in health care.
Major Wells Fargo (WFC) shareholder Warren Buffett today denied saying he called for 'radical' changes at the company after it was found to have opened 2 million customer accounts illegally.
The latest news in the saga comes in the form of clawbacks from top executives and the state of California pulling its business. Investors should dump shares.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf is testifying before the House Financial Services Committee as thousands of employees opened fake accounts without customers' knowledge.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf is testifying about the bank's accounts scandal before the House Financial Services Committee this morning.
Wells Fargo's John Stumpf goes before lawmakers again, but Jim Cramer says Congress might be disappointed with what he says.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf is testifying about the bank's accounts scandal before the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday.
Stocks fluctuate on Thursday as equities and oil stabilizes after a late-session rally a day earlier.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf faces his second hearing before Congress today about some of the bank's employees allegedly opening fake accounts to boost sales numbers.
U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday, despite Wednesday's agreement by OPEC to cut oil production.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf will testify before the House Financial Services Committee today, where he's likely to tell officials that the company is eliminating sales quotas.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Thursday in a soft retreat from a late-session rally in equities and oil a day earlier.
OPEC takes everyone by surprise, but production cuts are dubious, and Wells Fargo's CEO heads back to Capitol Hill.
Oil prices are slightly lower this morning after rallying 5% Wednesday.
A broad top is forming. Also, Bank of America and Wells Fargo charts.
Crude oil slips early Thursday after prices spiked following a surprise agreement by OPEC members to curb production; U.S. stock futures edge higher; Pepsico's earnings tops estimates.
The stocks we thought would be the strongest in 2016 are now losing their footing, Cramer says.
Wells Fargo will be back in the spotlight on Thursday, September 29, as its CEO John Stumpf returns to Capitol Hill to answer questions about its fake bank account scandal.
And its executives still don't understand the gravity of the situation.
California, the largest issuer of municipal debt, will suspend some of its most lucrative dealings with Wells Fargo, and treasurer John Chiang said the CEO should resign.
U.S. stocks rocketed higher, shaking off earlier choppiness, on reports OPEC had reached an agreement.