After Charles Schwab Corp. shares soar 13% in three days, it files S-3 with SEC to sell shares — a new liquidity option after debt raise and massive belt tightening

Since the March banking debacle, Schwab has borrowed billions but not sold equity; now it has a shelf registration in its back pocket as it shares climb from super lows

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