The troubles of the last decade will impact the market this week, with Bank of America, Citigroup, and JPMorgan Chase hauled before court for alleged manipulation of the LIBOR rate. Crisis-era scapegoats Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae might disappear, which apparently doesn't spook Wells Fargo, as it's aiming to raise its dividend.
A recent survey showed banks like Bank of America and Citigroup are poised to face major disruption from firms like Google, eBay, and others in the coming years.
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While Bank of America is known by almost every American, there are five things many people didn't know about this big bank, which were revealed in its latest SEC filing.
Two sets of results give clues about share dilution, dividends, and buybacks.
A new report shows that investment bank bonuses cranked 15% higher last year. Meanwhile, the presumptive new Fed vice-chair -- and former Citigroup exec -- got a grilling in D.C., and Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase opened their coffers for big IPO fees.
Bank of America has had its share of missteps when compared to peers like Wells Fargo and Citigroup, but a recent study reveals investors should be optimistic about its future.
Five years ago, the Dow Jones Industrial Average bounced nearly 6% higher on a sign of strength from a major bank. The blue-chip index hasn't looked back since.
It's been five years since the stock market fell into a ditch; since then it's risen by more than 180%. But that doesn't hold a candle to the gains posted by Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Bank of America.