Wells Fargo is Tops, The iAd, and Boeing Forced to be Green (NYSE:WFC),(NASDAQ:AAPL),( NYSE:BA)


Wells Fargo (WFC) is the top bank pick of Deutsche Bank analyst Matthew O’Connor, according to a report from the analyst to clients today.  Trading at 8 times normalized earnings per share, Wells is a “very attractive value” given its mortgage business is still delivering strong results, the yield curve is steep, and competitors such as Bank of America (BAC) are fleeing the prime and below lending business. O’Connor also thinks there’s still upside to come from the bank’s December, 2008 purchase of Wachovia.  – Barrons

Apple - Madison Avenue has been abuzz regarding the rumored April 7 unveiling of Steve Job's latest revolution, iAd. Although I have not been able to confirm the release of Apple's new personalized, mobile advertising system I can't help but wonder if we're going to hear something about it at the iPhone OS invitation-only event set for April 8. In the latest edition of the Net Applications report, Apple's share of global mobile Web browsing is at 67% from the iPhone and iPod Touch . I expect the iPad will do its part to boost that market share even further. The window of opportunity for Apple (AAPL)to introduce a mobile advertising platform is wide open.  – TheStreet

Boeing Co. and its European rival Airbus may be forced to add a more fuel-efficient engine to their most popular single-aisle planes in an effort to head off new competition from Canada's Bombardier.  It's a decision that could eventually rip market share from engine makers General Electric Co. and Rolls Royce, which have failed to keep up with advancing technology and the evolving demand among more cost-conscious airlines.   To date, the most fuel efficient single-aisle jet engine belongs to Pratt & Whitney, a considerably smaller player. The company unveiled its PW1000G geared turbofan in 2008 after a decade of development and promised it would reduce fuel burn by some 12% to 15% compared to today's engines. – MarketWatch


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