Shareholders of major banks might call for them to be broken up if their valuations remain depressed as compared with their smaller, more focused peers, according to a report by Wells Fargo analysts. "Given the challenges posed by increasing regulation, higher capital requirements, and well-publicized trading/market challenges, it's not surprising that investors remain reluctant to assign a 'full' valuation to the universal banks," the report said.

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