Three of the nation's biggest banks had one thing in common last quarter.
From the perspective of their benchmark interest rates, they are looking increasingly similar.
The performance of the megabank's two rivals last quarter suggests that the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank will beat expectations when it reports third-quarter earnings.
Wells Fargo reports on Friday, and a few other interesting developments that investors will want to keep an eye on in the next week.
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Wells Fargo opened 2 million unauthorized accounts for unwitting customers.