March 11, 2021

Finance Giant WFC Stock Banks On 91% EPS Rebound In 2021| Investor’s Business Daily

Wall Street foresees a strong economic rebound in 2021, with financial giants Bank of America (BAC), JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Citibank (C) all expecting big growth this year. But Wells Fargo (WFC) tops all the big banks in terms of estimated EPS gains.




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While one of the country’s largest banks, Wells Fargo hasn’t posted a quarter of positive growth for both the top and bottom lines since Q2 2019. But investors are banking on a strong rebound.

For 2021, Wells Fargo sees earnings growth of 91%, followed by a 26% rise

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How prime members can save money with every Amazon order

HOUSTON – If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you know two-day shipping rarely means you’ll get your order in two days anymore. The company claims the COVID-19 pandemic has caused shipping delays for the last year. But there are some ways you can make up for the service you’ve already paid for if you know how to shop.

At check-out, Amazon gives Prime members three delivery options:

  • Free Prime delivery that may or may not make it in two days

  • Free Amazon Day delivery that takes about a week

  • Free No Rush shipping that takes about a week and a

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Keeping Customers Happy To Grow Your Business

By Betsabe Brewer, Head of Customer Success, CashDrop

When you hear ‘customer success,’ do you tune it out because you think your business isn’t big enough for that? Or is it something that keeps you up at night? 

No matter how big your company is, customer success equals your success. Accelerate the growth of your business by focusing on growing a loyal customer base that helps increase sales. The challenge is creating processes in your business that ensure customers are getting the same experience, every time. 

Here are some lessons merchants using CASHDROP have learned to supercharge their business with

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Crews fight to contain large fire at paper recycling business in SW. Wichita

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Update 6 p.m. Monday, March 8, 2021: What started as a grassfire at about 3 p.m. Monday spread quickly once it reached the property for International Paper, a recycling business in the 4300 block of West 29th Street South (near West Street and Southwest Boulevard) in southwest Wichita.

The Wichita Fire Department said embers from the grassfire did not hit the building for the business, but recyclables outside caught fire and spread quickly with the strong wind. The fire reached the fence line of a nearby mobile home park, but no property damage was reported. There

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Health insurance costs to drop for millions under Covid relief bill

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Private health insurance through the nation’s public exchanges is set to become more affordable — at least for a couple of years.

The $1.9 trillion Covid relief package, which received final congressional approval Wednesday and will soon head to President Joe Biden for his signature, includes provisions that will reduce the cost of health insurance amid the ongoing pandemic and elevated unemployment.

Those changes include increasing premium subsidies (technically tax credits) that are available through the federal marketplace and state exchanges for 2021 and 2022, expanding who qualifies for the financial help and forgiving

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Sen. Rand Paul: A mountain of debt, ‘free money’ is not the answer to our problems. Here’s what is

Democrats (and many Republicans) don’t seem to care about the mountain of debt Congress added last year and continues to add this year. Instead of simply opening the economy back up as the virus wanes, Democrats are plowing ahead with another $2 trillion in deficit spending.

The Congressional Budget Office, a non-partisan agency, warns that this mountain of debt will explode interest payments, such that over the next 30 years, taxpayers will have to pony up $61 trillion in interest. (Interest payments, by the way, don’t buy you government services.  Interest payments just eat up cash and crowd out other

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