Wells Fargo shares jumped 2.4% on Tuesday after the US president-elect’s win.
Shares of the bank jumped 1.4%, after the stock rose 4% in pre-market trading.
Mr Trump’s victory had a huge impact on the market, and stocks began trading again after the vote.
Mr Dow Jones’ S&P 500 index fell 5.1%, while the Nasdaq Composite fell 6.1%.
“The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.7%, the S&p 500 gained 2.7% and the Nascent Composite gained 1% as investors cheered Mr Trump’s election victory and prepared to exit the markets for the second day in a row,” said Adam Rees, the analyst who tracks Dow Jones stock.
The Dow, which is currently up 5.6% since Mr Trump was elected in November, has gained about 1% in the past week.
“Wells Fargo’s (WFC) shares jumped almost 8% after Mr Trump won the election, the biggest gain in more than a month,” said Jim Balsillie, an analyst at Morgan Stanley.
“The stock has been up this year, and the stock is now poised to do even better in 2018,” he said.
“But if you take a long view on what’s coming, it’s not looking great for Wells Fargo.
It’s likely to continue to drop and may even see a correction in 2018.”
Wells’ shares are up 7% since the election.
The bank’s shares were up 3.4%-after-hours, after rising 4% pre-election.
The firm had gained more than 1% since November before Mr Trump became president.
In early trading, Wells Fargo’s shares gained 2% to $38.35.
It’s not clear what impact the election will have on the bank.
A Wells Fargo spokesman said: “We are pleased with the outcome of the election and look forward to working with the incoming administration to advance our long-term business plans and drive sustainable growth.”