Wells Fargo settles with CFPB over consumer abuses

Wells fargo settles with cfpb over consumer abuses

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David Long of Raymond Jones joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss the Wells Fargo settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and more.

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Wells Fargo & Company ( NYSE:WFC ) is an American multinational financial services company with corporate headquarters in San Francisco, California, operational headquarters in Manhattan, and managerial offices throughout the United States and internationally.

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