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Pricing Power

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Got a letter from Bank of America (BAC) today that informed me that I am a great customer and also mentioned that B of A will be raising fees and canceling rewards on my credit card.   Maybe this is the time to own well-run bank stocks with solid balance sheets. They’ve got incredible pricing power. Though…

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Citigroup – As Good As it Gets?

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Who would have thought that an almighty Citigroup (C ), a diversified financial giant that should have benefited from the sub-prime mess by scooping up weaker competition at pennies on the dollar, would be taking out a sub-prime no-income verification $7.5 billion convertible preferred loan from Abu Dhabi – a country that most of us…

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Why Are Bank P/Es So Low?

in Stock Analysis

February 10, 2006 – Motley Fool By Vitaliy Katsenelson, CFA Investing in the stock market is a never-ending learning experience. That’s what makes it so appealing and intellectually stimulating. And I inadvertently had one of those live-and-learn experiences just the other day. In my piece on Lloyds TSB(NYSE: LYG), I wrote that banks usually trade…

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