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OCC Rates Wells Fargo, While the Bank Settles Suit

Wells Fargo announced an agreement in principal to settle a class action lawsuit, regarding claims that Wells Fargo opened accounts without the consent of its customers. This comes on the heels of the announcement of the bank's Community Reinvestment Act Rating (CRA), in which it received high scores, despite an overall score of "needs improvement."

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Wells Fargo and Others Settle 9 Year Suit

The class action lawsuit settled on Wednesday charged NovaStar, RBS, Wells Fargo, and Deutsche Bank with misleading investors into believing the securities they bought were safer than they proved to be.

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CFPB Mortgage Complaints Hold Steady

According to the CFPB’s recent monthly report, mortgage-related complaints are stagnant—though they’re still one of the most complained-about financial products in the country.

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A Mixed Bag of Profitability and Mortgage Income

Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, PNC, and Wells Fargo posted solid revenues to end 2016, though net income was down for two of them, according to the banks' latest earnings reports. How did mortgage income fare at these institutions?

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