Wells Fargo has once again opted for the external credit of Eksportfinans, following the issuance of three notes with exposure to its own credit in January 2010 which priced on February 5. Away from public issuance, Wells Fargo has based its products on certificates of deposit that incorporate Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation protection up to $250,000.
Most of the products have a maturity of three months, with the exception of one, which lasts half a year. Financial stocks are still generat
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