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Lawmakers press Fed chief Janet Yellen to punish Wells Fargo for fake accounts scandal

Outraged lawmakers pressed Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen on Wednesday to punish Wells Fargo & Co. for creating as many as 2 millions fake accounts, but she declined to commit to any regulatory penalties. “Two million phony accounts. Break them up!” Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Porter Ranch)...
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