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Previously benefiting from European banks' need to offload U.S. assets, Wells Fargo (WFC) isn't...

Previously benefiting from European banks' need to offload U.S. assets, Wells Fargo (WFC) isn't seeing as much action lately, says CEO John Stumpf. The pressure is somewhat in Europe at the moment, but there's also the competition. "We are asset-hungry, but then again, most companies are right now," he tells a Goldman conference. (presentation)
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  • TwistTie
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    If they have THAT MUCH money, WFC should be able to buy Warren a new tie.

     

    And pay me a bigger dividend.
    4 Dec 2012, 12:17 PM Reply Like
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