4 Things Bank of America Investors Overlooked

In this segment of Where the Money Is, The Motley Fool's show on all things financial, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss several key findings from Bank of America's latest 10-Q. Specifically, the duo digs into the bank's ability to return capital to shareholders and how the megabank is preparing for new capital rules.

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The relevant Bank of America segment can be found between 8:03 and 14:55.

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