Bank profits slip on lawsuits

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/27/2013, pA02
U.S. banks posted their first annual profit decline since '09 during Q3. At $36 bil, earnings are down 3.9% from 2012, primarily due to a $4 bil hike in litigation costs at a single institution, presumably


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