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Wells rounded

14 Jan 2021 By John Foley

The scandal-plagued $140 bln lender has been the worst stock-market performer among big U.S. lenders for years. But it has something peers lack: huge room for improvement. If boss Charlie Scharf can match the cost efficiency of Bank of America, the shares could be worth 50% more.

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