Wells Fargo’s Mike Mayo offers his bull case for bank stocks

Wells fargo's mike mayo offers his bull case for bank stocks

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Mike Mayo, a Wells Fargo senior analyst, joins ‘Closing Bell: Overtime’ to discuss the outlook of the bank stocks.

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