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What’s too good to be true is generally too good to be true. So it was with Wells Fargo, which last year displaced China’s Industrial and Commercial Bank as the world’s most valuable bank. With a market value of about $300-billion (U.S.), the San Francisco bank was worth a lot more than mighty JPMorgan Chase, a lot more than Citigroup.

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  • Wells Fargo & Co
  • Updated June 23 4:01 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.

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