Both Wells Fargo and Merrill Lynch saw a fall in first quarter wealth management revenues this year, according to the latest earnings reports.

Wells's revenue dipped 3%, or was $122 million less from the corresponding quarter last year, while Merrill's was down 2.6%, or $101 million year-over-year.

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