If you compare profitability to valuation, Bank of America and Citigroup look like today's best bank stocks.
Shareholders are finally getting a hint of Bank of America's underlying earnings power.
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Bank of America's low debt rating subjects it to high borrowing costs.
No bank holds more domestic deposits than Bank of America.
The last time Bank of America found itself in trouble, it emerged bigger and stronger than ever.
When Bank of America reports earnings two weeks from now, investors will want to check its return on equity, efficiency ratio, and progress at winding down toxic and non-core assets.
Tracing Bank of America's history through the three biggest banking crises of the past century.