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Which Bank Is A Better Buy: JP Morgan or Wells Fargo?

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Should you bank on either of these stocks?

It’s a tale of two banks. Shares of JP Morgan are up more than 1% on an upgrade from Raymond James. Meanwhile, shares of Wells Fargo are trading down slightly in the wake of a downgrade from KBW. Should you bank on either of these stocks?

On CNBC’s Closing Bell’s Talking Numbers segment, Abigail Doolittle, Technical Strategist at The Seaport Group, and Enis Taner, Global Macro Editor at, determine which bank is the better buy.


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