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前收市價55.59
開市55.40
買盤54.85 x 3000
賣出價55.04 x 1300
今日波幅54.90 - 55.75
52 週波幅35.25 - 55.75
成交量17,737,851
平均成交量19,141,125
市值196.974B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.18
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)11.40
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)4.83
業績公佈日2024年4月12日
遠期股息及收益率1.40 (2.54%)
除息日2024年2月01日
1 年預測目標價56.70
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-BofA's Merrill, Wells Fargo offering spot bitcoin ETFs to clients

    Bank of America's Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo have been offering spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds to eligible wealth management clients, highlighting the growing popularity of the asset class. The ETFs have been available to clients for weeks, a source familiar with Bank of America's plans told Reuters on Thursday. "Spot bitcoin ETFs are available for unsolicited purchases through an advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors or through our online WellsTrade platform."

  • Bloomberg

    Bank of America’s Merrill, Wells Fargo Offer Bitcoin ETF Products for Clients

    (Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill arm and Wells Fargo & Co.’s brokerage unit are offering access to ETFs that invest directly in Bitcoin, underscoring the increasing acceptance of the products by mainstream firms. Most Read from BloombergTrump Warns of Big Losses From Asset Sales During Property SlumpFed’s Preferred Inflation Metric Increases by Most in a YearStocks End Month at New Highs After Inflation Data: Markets WrapHow Much Wealth You Need to Join the Richest 1% Around the Wo

  • Reuters

    Wells Fargo is sued over response to fake accounts scandal

    Wells Fargo, which has spent years trying to extricate itself from its fake accounts scandal, was sued on Thursday for allegedly not doing enough to help customers who were harmed. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in San Francisco, after Wells Fargo began notifying customers to contact the fourth-largest U.S. bank if they had been enrolled in unwanted products. Amanda Gonzales, a New Mexico schoolteacher leading the proposed class action, said Wells Fargo hopes many customers will throw out its opaque-sounding letters.