Bank of America is close to an $8.5 billion settlement with high-profile investors over claims related to mortgage-back securities purchased before the U.S. housing collapse. Kelsey Hubbard talks with WSJ’s Dan Fitzpatrick about what the deal would mean for Bank of America and the investors.
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