You need to locate three financial ratios for your company, for one competitor and for the industry as a whole. You need to find the Current Ratio, the Total Debt to Equity (sometimes called Total Debt to Net Worth) and the Return on Assets.
What do these ratios tell you about the company's finances? Are they doing better or worse than their competitors or their industry?
There are several reference books that will further assist your research of company ratios using industry benchmark data:
A special note about the Ratios for Wells Fargo. Banks do not use the Current Ratio as a measure of liquidity. Instead, they use a ratio called Loan-to-Deposit. You can read more about this ratio at https://www.investopedia.com/terms/l/loan-to-deposit-ratio.asp
To locate the ratios for Loan-to-Deposit for Wells Fargo, a competitor, and the industry as a whole, check out this article from Forbes magazine: https://www.forbes.com/