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$WFC's balance sheet grew 6% in 2015 to $1.8 trillion, as the company increased its liquidity position, improved the quality of its assets and held more capital. $WFC also grew deposits by 5% while reducing its deposit costs by 2 BP. Loan also grew each quarter on a YoverY basis to end 2015 with its 18th consecutive quarter of growth.
$NFLX a monster move, going up. Expect making some money on Monday.
$AMD down more than 6% even after posting above consensus third quarter results.
$MCD stock rose more than 2% after it posted better than expected 3Q16 results, driven by global same-store sales growth. Meanwhile, earnings and revenue were lower than last year, hurt by refranchising efforts.