Bank of America (BAC), Other U.S. Banks Surge on Market Open
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Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and other banks surged on the market open following Trump's surprise victory. Gains were tied to speculation that President Trump could help ease regulatory burdens on financial-services.
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