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The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated from records on Friday as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
The president-elect's pick for Transportation Secretary made at least $1.1 million last year as a corporate director, highlighting her ability to revolve between government service and the private sector.
Stocks fluctuate on Friday afternoon in choppy trading as banks beat a retreat after days of gains.
Continued strength is likely the final stepping stone to a December rate hike, but questions linger.
Stocks hold mixed on Friday after U.S. jobs gains in November solidify the chances of a December rate hike.
Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) announced today that it has tapped John Ritacco as an executive advisor for Middle Market Banking in greater New York.
U.S. stock futures slip and oil prices decline ahead of the U.S. payrolls report for November; Starbucks falls after CEO Howard Schultz announces he will step down in April 2017.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced that its Board of Directors has amended the Company's By-Laws to require the separation of the Chairman and CEO roles and for the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board...
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Jim Cramer sees fun and profit ahead for reacreation-focused companies EPR and THO.
This rally isn't just about Trump, Cramer says. He thinks investors are cheering the economic outlook.
Wells Fargo continues to reap fallout from its fake-account scandal, with Connecticut Treasurer Denise Nappier seeking to bar the bank from giving its CEO from the added role of chairman.
But first there might be profit taking in the financial and energy sectors amid recent moves higher.
As the financial services sector moves from laggard to leader, this bank is charging to the head of the pack.
This is a different sort of discipline: that of not ringing the register.
The pause in the stock market rally presents another opportunity for investors, according to Jim Cramer.
Cramer shares his views on how much further Citigroup and Goldman Sachs have to run and cautions that you can't wait for everyone to love a stock.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
Almost every other bank has taken out the highs from last year, but Citi and Goldman Sachs have lagged. Now is their chance to shine.
Almost every other bank has taken out the highs from last year.
Target sees a surge in online traffic on Thanksgiving; U.S. stock futures suggest the Dow will open at another record high; J&J reportedly is bidding for Switzerland's Actelion.
Wells Fargo Funds Management, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Company and the advisor to the closed-end funds listed below, announced today that these funds will extend their open-market share repurchase...
The Wells Fargo Multi-Sector Income Fund (NYSE MKT:ERC), a closed-end fund, announced today that the fund's Board of Trustees has approved the commencement prior to or during the week of May 1, 2017, of a cash tender offer...
The San Francisco bank's stock has still climbed nearly 15% since business mogul Donald Trump's presidential victory.
U.S. stock futures slip Wednesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average sets a new high after surpassing 19,000 for the first time. Hewlett Packard Enterprise posts mixed results.