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BOSTON, May 10 (Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co on Thursday said the aftertax impact on net income of a regulatory cap on its assets will be less than $100 million in 2018, and gave an outlook for 2019 expenses that was slightly lower than analyst expectations.
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