Sanford Bernstein likes AIG shares despite a 47% rise this year.
U.S. rules are 'an incremental negative' for the big U.S. banks, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.
Jury trial loss over Countrywide lending program.
Affordable housing group also opposes, showing the difficulty of reducing government role.
One sees weak profits, while another sees progress.
First Horizon is seen as the most exposed to a series of expected settlements with the FHFA.
Higher interest rates hurt affordability, according to the National Association of Realtors.
When Wall Street resurfaces, in whatever new form it takes, Goldman will still be on top.
Bank stock investors are in a forgiving mood of late.
Mortgage-related litigation is undercutting the bank's efforts to reduce expenses.