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Buffett in Wells Fargo CEO’s Corner

Despite Senator Warren’s calling of Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan to be fired, Warren Buffett said Sloan still has his faith. Take a look at Tuesday morning’s highlights from the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs full committee hearing titled “Wells Fargo: One Year Later.”

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Wells Fargo Stock to Drop?

Recently, Wells Fargo has been in the news for a number of different things, but could the latest update mean a drop in stock? See what an industry voice has to say in the Video Spotlight.

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Wells Fargo Closes Door on VA Refi Issues

Wells Fargo is finally putting its past VA refinance issues behind it, agreeing to pay a hefty settlement to the Federal government today. Get the details of the bank’s settlement—and latest legal troubles—now.

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What Happened to the Financial Market?

Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and JPMorgan Chase all reported their second quarter financial earnings on Friday before the market opened in the morning; but, despite reporting earnings and total ...

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Labor, Lot Shortages Cause Builder Confidence to Falter

Lot and labor shortages are causing home builder confidence to falter—particularly in the single-family market. Builder confidence dropped two points in June, while overall construction starts fell 5.5 percent across the nation. Single-family production fell 3.9 percent in May, and multifamily declined 9.7 percent—nearly three times as much.

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