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Which bank are you long?

Investors are focused on U.S. financials this week as they post second-quarter earnings results.

Wells Fargo kicked off reporting for the sector on Friday with revenue just above estimates. Next up is Citigroup on Monday, followed by JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs on Tuesday, Bank of America on Wednesday and Morgan Stanley on Thursday.

Expectations are for tepid figures after JPMorgan and Citigroup executives warned in May that trading profits will be down about 20 percent.

Read MoreWill earnings tell the story markets need to hear?

"With all the major banks reporting this week, the market will get the best view of the 'self-sustaining' U.S. economy that the Fed now sees," said Evan Lucas, market strategist in a note on Monday.

As earnings roll in throughout the week, tell us which lender you're buying.

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