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Wells Fargo calculates possible mortgage costs

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Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. home lender, said faulty mortgages could cost the company as much as $2.4 billion beyond its reserves, an increase of $300 million from a year earlier. The bank also trimmed its estimate of possible legal costs.

Source: Bloomberg
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