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JPMorgan and Citi hint at broader Wells Fargo woes

Wall Street helped the two diversified mega-banks trounce expectations, while the more retail-focused of the trio just squeaked by. Falling returns also will test new Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan as he contends with the sham-accounts fiasco. High-level cross-selling sometimes helps.
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