The Top Financial Stories After the Fiscal Cliff

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In the following video, Motley Fool financial analysts Anand Chokkavelu and Matt Koppenheffer discuss some of today's top stories from the financial sector in the wake of the fiscal cliff deal.

We hear about some of the mad predictions Wall Street analysts are making for 2013 and what investors should really think, whether or not the fiscal cliff deal means banks as a whole are a buy again, whether Warren Buffett and Lloyd Blankfein's sentiments on how the rich should pay more to reduce the deficit were really as genuine as they seemed, what investors should think of Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan three years in, and one little thing that PNC Bank did to show it goes the extra mile for its customers. 

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