Bank of America and Its Continuous Calamity
While JPMorgan Chase investors appear to have a slightly clearer road away from legal quagmires, Bank of America may be returning to the unwanted spotlight. Even though Bank of America has resolved disputes with the FHFA, other outstanding claims regarding mortgage securities are still unresolved.
In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analyst David Hanson is joined by Motley Fool One analyst Morgan Housel to discuss the day's headlines. Among the topics they discuss are JPMorgan Chase's massive potential settlement and how it impacts Bank of America shareholders.
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