Bank of America's latest settlement adds to a growing list of massive deals that the North Carolina-based lender has entered into over the last six years.
Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo have been household names for years. But how those households feel about them is definitely on the way up.
Last quarter we learned Soros Fund Management amassed more than $300 million of Citigroup, Regions Financial, and JPMorgan Chase. But it didn't take long for those positions to disappear entirely.
Banks want to give more money back to shareholders, but this Fed report keeps getting in the way.
Does Wells Fargo's underlying deposit-, loan and earnings growth justify a premium valuation?
The banks are much better capitalized than they were a few years ago, and much of their business has improved. So, why don't they trade for higher valuations yet?
While there has been ample news surrounding the jump in mergers and acquisitions, Bank of America may be the biggest winner -- ahead of Citigroup and Goldman Sachs -- of all the companies involved.
Surprisingly, a foreign bank just might receive the harshest legal penalty in history, with a possible $16 million price tag.
For a $12 billion-plus price tag, Bank of America may finally be done with its enormous legal payouts
Nailing this settlement with the Justice Department would remove a dead weight on Bank of America shares