Wells Fargo’s Mike Mayo on what the Fed’s decision means for bank stocks

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The Federal Reserve on Wednesday considerably raised its expectations for inflation this year and brought forward the time frame on when it will next raise interest rates. Mike Mayo, senior analyst at Wells Fargo, joined “Squawk Box” on Thursday to discuss what this decision could mean for the financial sector.

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