The following video is part of today's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Jason Moser, Jeff Fischer, and Motley Fool UK's David Kuo discuss the day's business and investing news. Bank of America has pulled the plug on its plan to charge $5 a month for debit cards. The guys discuss whether companies like Netflix and Hewlett-Packard should get credit for reversing course, and whether Bank of America needs to implement a bigger change.
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