Skip to main content

Market Overview

Why Wells Fargo Shares Are Falling

Share:
Why Wells Fargo Shares Are Falling

Shares of several companies in the broader global financial services sector, including Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC), are trading lower following a fall in Treasury yields. Investors are weighing continued concerns over COVID-19, the Federal Reserve's upcoming two-day meeting and a sell off in some Chinese equities.

Wells Fargo provides banking, investment, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance products and services to individuals, businesses, and institutions in the United States and internationally.

Wells Fargo shares are trading lower by 2.3% at $45.41. Wells Fargo has a 52-week high of $51.41 and a 52-week low of $20.76.

 

Related Articles (WFC)

View Comments and Join the Discussion!

Posted-In: why it's movingNews

Don't Miss Any Updates!
News Directly in Your Inbox
Subscribe to:
Benzinga Premarket Activity
Get pre-market outlook, mid-day update and after-market roundup emails in your inbox.
Market in 5 Minutes
Everything you need to know about the market - quick & easy.
Fintech Focus
A daily collection of all things fintech, interesting developments and market updates.
SPAC
Everything you need to know about the latest SPAC news.
Thank You

Thank you for subscribing! If you have any questions feel free to call us at 1-877-440-ZING or email us at vipaccounts@benzinga.com