Big Banks Once Again Turn to Trading
Jan 25th 2013 11:37AM
Updated Jan 25th 2013 12:55PM
Traditional banking is taking its lumps right now as low interest rates are squeezing the margins that banks earn on their loans. In the video below, Motley Fool banking analyst Matt Koppenheffer discusses the importance of fee-based and investment-banking businesses in this environment.
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