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  • Structured Notes Tied to BofA Lead Single-Stock-Linked Increase

    Sales of U.S. structured notes tied to Bank of America Corp. have soared this year as issuance of securities linked to a single stock increases, with investors accepting higher volatility for potentially greater gains.

  • Macquarie Loses Head of U.S. Equity Capital Markets

    Macquarie Group Ltd. , the Australian bank that bought Fox-Pitt Kelton Cochran Caronia Waller LLC last year, lost U.S. equity capital markets head Jim Rossman and at least four stock-market analysts.

  • Citigroup, BofA May Pare Dividend Ambitions

    Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp. are among lenders that may have to temper plans to raise dividends and buy back stock next year as the Federal Reserve strengthens capital tests for the biggest U.S. banks.

  • Bank Earnings Jump 57% in Analyst Forecasts

    Analysts’ failure to foresee declining earnings per share for the biggest U.S. banks last year hasn’t stopped them from predicting an even bigger profit surge for 2012.

  • MetLife Says Bank Profit May Miss Target as Rates Rise

    MetLife Inc. , the life insurer whose bank unit has about $17 billion in assets, said its lender may miss profit targets this year as higher interest rates squeeze margins and reduce customer demand for mortgages.

  • Wells Fargo Breaks From Pack in Swaps

    Wells Fargo & Co.’s perceived creditworthiness is rising relative to peers at the fastest rate in almost three months as investors reward the bank for limited risk from mortgage litigation and the European debt crisis.

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