|Day Low/High||44.66 / 45.10|
|52 Wk Low/High||44.50 / 56.34|
After seesaw action Monday and Tuesday, let's take a look at Apple, Costco, Citi, Comcast, NXP, Panera, Starbucks and Wells Fargo.
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez said his agency will conduct a top-to-bottom review of claims against Wells Fargo, including those of whistleblowers whose cases were settled.
U.S. stocks climbed and the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 100 points thanks to gains in the tech and consumer sectors.
Stocks closed Tuesday with solid gains after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was largely credited with a win at the first debate.
FBR Capital slashed Wells Fargo's (WFC) price target to $50 as the bank faces continued pressure related to illegal account openings.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
Stocks add to gains in a relief rally Tuesday following the the first of three presidential debates on Monday.
Wells Fargo's board considers executive compensation clawbacks while Chesapeake Energy sees a couple of directors depart.
The Department of Labor is investigating Wells Fargo (WFC) after a group of senators wrote a letter saying the company imposed 'stringent sales quotas' on employees, among other things.
Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces the filing of a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of Wells Fargo & Company securities (NYSE: WFC) from February 26, 2014 through September 15,...
Stocks move higher in a relief rally Tuesday following the the first of three presidential debates on Monday.
Wells Fargo's (WFC) board is expected to issue a decision by Thursday on whether it will reduce top executives' pay.
Social media won the night as the first presidential debate of the 2016 election was the most tweeted ever.
Asian markets rose as the presidential debate passed without a major shock. Here's what could happen in the markets on Tuesday.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday but European shares move lower following the first presidential debate Monday evening in which Hillary Clinton was perceived to have topped Donald Trump.
Debate switches futures into positive territory after down day on Wall Street.
As businesses plan for next year's open enrollment period, decision makers for employee benefit plans may be surprised to learn that involvement from company leadership plays more of a key role in driving employee medical...
The fallout continues from Wells Fargo's cross-selling scandal, with CLSA analyst Mike Mayo calling for CEO John Stumpf to forego some of his pay and consider relinquishing the chairman's role.
All the big banks use a variation of the same sales and compensation practices.
DB's technicals look weak, but so do those of major U.S. banks.
CLSA analysts say their support for Wells Fargo's (WFC) CEO John Stumpf is 'wavering' as he hasn't been transparent about how management will be affected by the illegal account openings.
A proposed rule that requires more capital for the largest banks might hurt JPMorgan and Wells Fargo, but separate changes could benefit smaller banks.
FBR Capital Markets Analyst Paul Miller told CNBC Monday that he thinks shares of Wells Fargo will continue to slide as it faces the consequences of its phony account scandal.
Two former employees are suing Wells Fargo (WFC) claiming the company wrongfully terminated them and penalized them for not being able to open as many as 10 accounts per day.