One Wall Street company took it to the nation's second-largest U.S. bank by assets on Friday, downgrading its rating and slashing its price target. Find out what set it off -- and whether investors should be concerned.
Bank of America today is a great example of trading versus investing.
In 1957, American Commercial Bank had a mere $234 million in assets on its balance sheet. Fifty-one years later, it had transformed into the $2.3 trillion universal banking behemoth Bank of America.
Bank of America is reducing the size of its branch network and is letting more employees go, and it could be a sign of a brighter future.
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Evaluating Bank of America's long-term prospects.
Over the last few years, banks have increased the liquidity of their balance sheets and, by doing so, have better prepared the industry for future crises.
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