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13 January 2017 By Antony Currie

BofA, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo did well in the fourth quarter. Even so, BofA’s return on equity was just 7 pct, Wells missed its own target and JPMorgan socked away less than usual for pay. To justify big stock gains will require relaxed rules and lower taxes to come through.

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