It's indisputable that with earnings of more than $3.3 billion, Wells Fargo & Co. enjoyed "the best quarter in our company's history," as its chief executive John Stumpf proclaimed at the open of its earnings call.
But a near-record of mortgage refinancings and expense control were essential to grinding that profit out as loan demand sputtered again.
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