What Does the Debt-Ceiling Agreement Mean for B of A?

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As many look to one of the largest banks in the nation, Bank of America , as a bellwether for the U.S. banking industry, Motley Fool financial analyst Matt Koppenheffer asks in this video how the Congressional decision to push the debt-ceiling debate further down the road affects the company. He discusses how tentative decision-making has become in large banks, first as they were concerned over the fiscal cliff, and now with the looming debt-ceiling debates. And while more time is a positive, the fact that these gloomy uncertain clouds continue to hang in the future means that bank fears, and therefore investor fears, will continue to do the same.

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