Reuters: Bill Smead Discusses Bank Stocks

Federal Reserve caps bank dividend payments after pandemic analysis

By Pete Schroeder, David Henry

Stocks mentioned: BAC, JPM, WFC

For more information go to www.reuters.com.

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