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Bank of America
and other major financial players are starting to see benefits from the wave of consolidation that created the new Wall Street after last year's financial crisis.
Third-quarter results for most of the major financial players show that, in many cases, these deals made under duress are starting to add to the bottom line. Elsewhere, the combination hasn't gone according to plan.
The strategic impetus behind the deals is evident in the performance of loan portfolios, the volume of deals and increased deposits, illustrated in the analytical slides below.
SLIDE 1: JPMorgan/Bear Stearns
SLIDE 2: JPMorgan/Washington Mutual
SLIDE 3: Barclays/Lehman Brothers
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.