Various analysts this week announced upgrades of Bank of America’s shares, a likely reason the lender’s stock price hasn’t fallen this week as much as that of its peers. But for the year, Bank of America’s shares are down about 15 percent, while the KBW Bank Index, which tracks share performance of 24 large U.S. lenders, is down about 9 percent.
Various analysts this week announced upgrades of Bank of America’s shares, a likely reason the lender’s stock price hasn’t fallen this week as much as that of its peers. But for the year, Bank of America’s shares are down about 15 percent, while the KBW Bank Index, which tracks share performance of 24 large U.S. lenders, is down about 9 percent. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg
Various analysts this week announced upgrades of Bank of America’s shares, a likely reason the lender’s stock price hasn’t fallen this week as much as that of its peers. But for the year, Bank of America’s shares are down about 15 percent, while the KBW Bank Index, which tracks share performance of 24 large U.S. lenders, is down about 9 percent. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg
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Why hasn’t BofA’s stock fallen as much as its peers’ this week?

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