The sum of the parts of these two banks may be worth more than the whole.
Two peculiar traits of the bank industry seem to make it impossible for banks to add value through stock buybacks.
While people can argue that big bank CEOs make too much money, there are few that earn their keep as convincingly as Wells Fargo's John Stumpf does.
Following a fourth-place finish last year, this well-known bank ascended to the top of Brand Keys' latest rankings on customer loyalty and engagement.
Microsoft can't seem to shake the ghosts of failed acquisitions past as a recent bit of bad news helps reiterate.
This relatively young stock could be an intriguing investment for those who like somewhat off-radar finance sector companies.
The nation's biggest banks have been given the green light to buy back more stock.
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Thanks to its already low valuation, this Fool doesn't believe Bank of America's stock is as risky as it might otherwise seem.
Citigroup stock is down by more than 35% from its 52-week high, but any of these three things could give it a boost.