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20 April 2009 By Antony Currie

The bank earned $4.2bn in the first three months of the year. But, like Citi, BofA relied on oneoff gains and accounting benefits and added a low tax rate to boot. Strip those out and BofA lost money. That leaves boss Ken Lewis s position hanging in the balance.

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