Hampered by less activity and investor wariness, Charles Schwab Corp. announced Friday that its trading volume fell in July from a year earlier.

The San Francisco-based financial services company reported that it gained $6.2 billion of new assets from customers last month despite the fact daily average client trades declined 1% from a year earlier and were flat from June.

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