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1 Until its deluded purchase of Golden West at the height of the mortgage bubble, Wachovia was an excellent franchise.
2 Major banks like Citigroup and Wachovia have special departments to guide women with their finances.
3 Fourteen commercial Banks have gone bust so far this year, and yesterday another troubled high-street name, Wachovia, was rescued in a takeover by Citigroup.
4 Major Banks including bank of America, Wachovia and Wells Fargo soon followed with cuts in their prime rate. This is what Banks charge their best customers.
5 lead banker, as it happened, was Wachovia, whose own problems have since forced it to sell itself to Wells Fargo.
6 thought it had solved the problem with a deal to buy Wachovia, a Charlotte-based bank with a big branch network.
7 Wachovia was able to line up a second bank to help on the deal, and the credit line has not been threatened, according to Mr. Derrick.
8 on Monday Citigroup agreed to buy most of the assets of Wachovia, another beleaguered American bank, in a deal brokered by regulators.
9 Wells Fargo has done better with its purchase of Wachovia, but decent longer-term prospects cannot obscure the fact that a generous stress-test process still required it to raise more capital.
10 Lehman, Bear, AIG, Washington Mutual, Wachovia, Countrywide, Fannie and Freddie all were run by executives with substantial wealth tied up in their stock.
11 Then there were the attempts by Fed and Treasury, in the heat of the crisis, to wed Goldman to Citigroup or Wachovia.
12 achievement given the size of the adjustable mortgage portfolio that Wells Fargo bought when it acquired Wachovia.
13 Although the FDIC doesn't name the institutions it classifies as problems, this year's June 30 list didn't include two huge headaches: Washington Mutual Bank and Wachovia.
14 several of her friends who worked at Wachovia Corp. lost their jobs.
15 Later that night, the government informed Citigroup that it was comfortable with a limited cash infusion and a loss-sharing agreement modeled on the Wachovia deal.
16 Mani Behimehr, a home designer living in, California, isn't feeling reassured after what happened to WaMu and Wachovia.
17 This, in a nutshell, brought about Monday's collapse of Wachovia and Glitnir Bank in Iceland.
18 Wachovia declined to comment on its deposits.
19 Fargo has written its portfolio (largely inherited from the acquisition of Wachovia) down to around 70 cents on the dollar.
20 two most vulnerable are Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase—again, largely thanks to crisis-era acquisitions (of Wachovia and Bear Stearns, respectively).
21 Thomas R. Williams, former chairman of Wachovia Corporation, discovered that many young people in banking don't know when to stop researching a project and start wrapping it up.
22 Meanwhile, two big U.S. Banks are battling to take over the troubled bank Wachovia.
23 Separately, Citigroup stepped in to rescue Wachovia.
24 This year it has announced 75, 000 job cuts, sold off divisions, and blew the acquisition of equally troubled Wachovia, which was whisked away by Wells Fargo.
25 Earlier, the U. S. federal government has a go-between Citibank and Wachovia, Citigroup hopes to lend a helping hand to prevent the American League once again in trouble.
26 Officials break up the fight between the Flyers' Scott Hartnell and the Blackhawks' Tomas Kopecky June 2 at the Wachovia Center.
27 The Blackhawks and Flyers face off in Game 3 at the Wachovia Center June 2.
28 Police said a man in his 60s with gray hair and a beard held up the Wachovia Bank branch at the Stanford Shopping Center late this afternoon with a black handgun.
29 SouthTrust Corporation, another large bank headquartered in Birmingham, was acquired by Wachovia in 2004.
30 Pennsylvania German Settlers, pre-eminently the Moravian settlers of Bethlehem, Nazareth and Lititz in Pennsylvania and the Wachovia Settlements in North Carolina, were enthusiastic celebrators of Christmas.