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March 26, 2014 4:54 PM

Bank of America agrees to $9.5 billion settlement with FHFA

Bank of America said Wednesday it has agreed to pay $9.5 billion in a settlement with the Federal Housing Finance Agency, a deal that resolves one of the largest remaining mortgage-backed securities cases the bank faced.

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