Did This Acquisition Help Bank of America Investors?
Apr 8th 2013 4:38PM
Updated Apr 8th 2013 4:42PM
A New York judge has just approved Bank of America's $2.43 billion settlement of the lawsuit brought against it by B of A shareholders over its acquisition of Merrill Lynch. The shareholders felt Bank of America did not disclose to them Merrill Lynch's massive Q4 2008 losses. But, with B of A putting this litigation behind it, will Merrill Lynch prove to be a worthwhile investment after all?
In this video, Fool financial analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer give their perspectives.
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