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December 9, 2014 12:00 AM

Wells Fargo now most valuable U.S. bank ever, breaking Citigroup’s 2001 record

Wells Fargo & Co. quietly passed a milestone at the end of trading last week: It’s now the most valuable U.S. bank ever, surpassing Citigroup Inc.’s 2001 record.

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