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Tough crowd

13 July 2018 By John Foley

JPMorgan, Citi, Wells Fargo and Bank of America should be worth over $100 bln more than they are, if analysts were right about the effect on earnings of U.S. tax changes. Instead, concerns over rates, credit quality and a lack of regulatory largesse are muting those benefits.

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