Why Investors Shouldn't Buy KeyCorp

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Over the last two years, shares of the Ohio-based regional bank KeyCorp have been on a tear, shooting up by nearly 75%. Despite this, it continues to trade for only 1.1 times book value, a reasonable multiple by any measure. In the video below, Motley Fool contributor John Maxfield discusses whether or not investors should interpret this as a "buy" signal.

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