Wells Fargo (WFC) chairman and chief executive officer John Stumpf said Tuesday that the company's string of asset acquisitions from European banks may be over.

"We still are kicking tires. Our toes aren't as sore as they were in the past. There's probably a little less kicking going on," Stumpf told investors at the Goldman Sachs U.S. Financial Services Conference in New York.

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