Bank of America, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo will all be announcing earnings soon, and investors must keep an eye on this one number to truly gauge how well these banks are doing.
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Citigroup has shown some signs of life, but a comparison of one critical metric against Bank of America and Wells Fargo reveals a cause for concern.
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This often overlooked report is an important indicator of things to come.
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