U.S. Banks’ Legal Tab Tops $100 Bln

28 Aug 2013

The nation’s six largest banks have racked up legal costs of $103 billion from litigation stemming from the financial crisis, a figure higher than all dividends paid to their shareholders in the past five years.

The nation’s six largest banks have racked up legal costs of $103 billion from litigation stemming from the financial crisis, a figure higher than all dividends paid to their shareholders in the past five years.

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