The nation's biggest bank by assets topped a recent customer satisfaction survey.
Lower interest rates mean stagnant profits for banks like JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo.
Between the upcoming stress tests and the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom, bank investors should assume the worst, and hope for the best.
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Could this be the day that finally sends these stocks soaring?
Wells Fargo’s minimal foreign exposure and trading operations mean that it’s much safer than its peers atop the U.S. bank industry.
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These charts go to the heart of Wells Fargo’s success.
How the bank performs on the upcoming stress tests next month will filter through to its share price.
Wells Fargo’s customer satisfaction scores increased last year while they fell at JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup.