Illinois Joins California in Suspending Business with Wells Fargo

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The Illinois treasurer's office suspended billions of dollars in trading activity with Wells Fargo on Monday, becoming the second state to cut off business with the bank after its $185 million settlement over charges it created as many as 2 million unauthorized accounts.

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