With the influx of big federal money into the banks coming out of the crisis, many have wondered whether or not these banks have a fiduciary responsibility to the American economy. Matt Koppenheffer reveals the answer below, as well as one bank, Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC ) that he admires today.
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