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Deutsche Bank and Wall Street banks reportedly just gave Congress thousands of documents related to Russians with possible ties to Trump

Investigators are looking into whether there was potential foreign influence on Trump and his family, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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Wells Fargo is already feeling the heat from lower interest rates as results disappoint

The bank failed to beat the lowest estimate for net interest income, which it attributed to a falling-rate environment.

How to use Zelle, the lightning-fast payments app that’s beloved by both users and banks

Zelle is a payments app that lets you send and receive money instantly, without the need for bank transfers.

Wells Fargo donating $1 billion to affordable housing as part of a larger philanthropic shakeup

The donation stems from a study that found no state or metro area in the US has enough affordable rental housing to support lowest-income residents.

A Wells Fargo personal banker pleaded guilty to helping launder millions of dollars for drug traffickers like the Sinaloa cartel

Money-laundering organizations recruited people who would open bank accounts for the cartel's drug money, according to US investigators.

Wells Fargo reportedly approached the co-CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund about becoming its CEO

The beleaguered mega-bank Wells Fargo has reportedly gauged the interest of Bridgwater co-CEO Eileen Murray to become its own CEO.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.

Warren Buffett says Wells Fargo ‘incentivized the wrong behavior,’ and Charlie Munger says he wishes Tim Sloan was still CEO

Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger weighed in on the embattled bank and its former CEO on Saturday.

Wells Fargo earnings top estimates

Wells Fargo beat earnings expectations for the first quarter, but shares were little changed ahead of the opening bell.

Traders are holding their breath on evidence of a first earnings recession for three years

Global stocks were mixed on Friday as markets waited to see if US bank earnings would fuel fears of a first-half earnings recession.