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Wells Fargo branch in Oakland

Though it reported its first quarterly loss since 2001, Wells Fargo impressed Wall Street by maintaining its dividend of 34 cents a share and saying it didn’t need another capital infusion from the government. Above, a branch in Oakland.
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