March 19, 2013
While so much of the investing talk today in the banking sector is about some of the big banks, such as Bank of America's (NYSE: BAC ) incredible run in 2012 and whether it's still a buy today, in this video, Motley Fool financial analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer tell investors about one smaller bank that could be far more interesting right now.
KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY ) , a regional U.S. bank with a semi-national presence, doesn't have the same level of global exposure to various other world markets, and is therefore less intimidating to understand as an investor than some of the huge sprawling "black box" banks. David also tells us that KeyCorp is trading at a discount to its tangible book value, much in the way that Bank of America was before it saw such a big run-up in 2012.
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