Wells Fargo is flat after an earnings beat — here’s why and our outlook on shares

Wells Fargo customers use the ATM at a bank branch on August 08, 2023 in San Bruno, California.
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Wells Fargo reported better-than-expected earnings results on Friday, but some weakness under the hood is putting a lid on the bank’s stock. Stay the course: Shares should move higher as management continues to shake off regulatory punishments for past misdeeds.

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