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No fool this time

11 September 2013 By Antony Currie

BofA, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo are cutting staff, earnings guidance or both for their home lending arms as rates rise and refis slow. That’s bad for staff and shareholders but good for the system. A similar slowdown a decade ago led banks into subprime lending. That ended badly.

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