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Fidelity Investments flies past staggering $10T milestone, but Schwab, finally fully loaded with Q1 results from TDA merger, steals some of the Boston giant's thunder

The Boston and Westlake, Tex., companies are both on fire -- even showing surprising strength in the 'Robinhood' sector -- but Schwab's rollup of TD Ameritrade and USAA radically reduced a yawning gap

Author Lisa Shidler May 14, 2021 at 11:25 PM
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Abby Johnson blared no trumpets about her firm hitting $10 trillion.

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