Wells Fargo's second quarter profits rose to $5.7 billion, buoyed in part by a roughly 25% increase in profits at the San Francisco bank's wealth, brokerage and retirement unit.
The wealth unit's profits grew to $544 million for the quarter, up from $434 million from the same period a year earlier.
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