Wells Fargo’s wealth, brokerage and retirement business’ fourth quarter revenue rose as the bank posted strong overall earnings for that quarter on Wednesday.

The firm’s wealth, brokerage and retirement business’ revenue rose 15% to $3 billion from a year earlier. Factors contributing to that gain included higher asset-based revenue, brokerage transaction revenue and net interest income. 

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