Wells Fargo officials are in the midst of a campaign to re-establish the faith of its customers and investors.
Earlier this week, the bank's treasurer, Neal Blinde, spoke at a conference and said he feels good about the bank's fiscal position and is encouraged by the recent run-up in interest rates.
Next up: a report Thursday on October sales, followed by a conference call just after the market opens where two high-ranking officials will discuss where the bank stands.
At a Bank of America Merrill Lynch conference Tuesday in New York, Blinde said "the company's core measurements of fiscal strength, including capital and liquidity levels, remain healthy," according to a report from S&P Global Market Intelligence.
"He added that Wells stands to benefit from higher interest rates, calling the recent run-up in long-term rates 'a really nice trend' that, if continued, would boost the bank's interest income," the report said.