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11 January 2008 By Antony Currie

The expected cost savings alone are worth some $5.6bn to shareholders today. Given the fraction of book value Bank of America boss Ken Lewis is paying for the mortgage lender, it would take massive writedowns, approaching some $14bn, before the investment would hit the red.

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