Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) Stock Analysismo
-Seven Year EPS Growth Rate: 5.9% -Seven Year Dividend Growth Rate: Negative-Current Dividend Yield: 2.81%-Credit Rating: AA- / A2 / A+ (high)
Wells Fargo appears fair in the low-to-mid $40′s, and is set to offer a substantially higher dividend over the next few years.
Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC) is one of the largest four banks in the United States, with its specific ranking depending on the metric used…
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