Wells Fargo & Company

NYSE: WFC
$54.19
+$0.43 (+0.8%)
Closing price January 28, 2022
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Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, AT&T, CenturyLink, Fortinet, Gap, GW Pharma, Halliburton, Marvell, Schlumberger, Wells Fargo and Western Digital.
Wells Fargo released a disappointing second-quarter earnings report and lowered its dividend before the opening bell on Tuesday.
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24/7 Wall St. reviewed the cap on bank stock dividends by looking at it on those paid in the second quarter and being given a further limit based on recent earnings.
With rising uncertainty of how quickly the economy can recover from the coronavirus pandemic, the outlook for banks of any size is not particularly rosy.