The San Francisco-based lender's shares slipped 12 cents to $ 53.04 in New York trading on Friday, for a weekly decline of just 1 percent, as Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan works to remedy missteps and regain customer trust after bruising government settlements related to the opening of more than 3 million phony accounts and problems in its mortgage- and auto-lending businesses. Tuesday's midterm elections, in which voters handed control of the House of Representatives back to Democrats, occurred against that backdrop.

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