Is This Bank CEO On the Hot Seat?

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The following video is from Wednesday's MarketFoolery podcast, featuring host Chris Hill and analysts Jeremy Myers and Bryan Hinmon, CFA. In this segment, the guys analyze Bank of America's (NYS: BAC) latest quarterly earnings, and examine ways that BAC is continuing to dig itself out of its mess of bad acquisitions. And now that Vikram Pandit has left Citigroup (NYS: C) , the question on the table is whether Bank of America's Brian Moynihan is the new CEO on the hot seat. The guys' answer is a resounding "yes." To find out why, listen in on the full conversation below.

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