JPM), which posted a decline in the same area of 6%. Even with the slippage in BofA's net interest income, I didn't believe then there was cause for concern. The fact that the stock has regained its losses since the April report suggests that the Street has come to this same realization. Over the past couple of months, management has been working to stabilize the business. So far, the results have been positive. Deposits have begun to change course, after posting declines the past couple of quarters. And as investors overreacted to the declines, many also seem to have forgotten that Bank of America still leads both JPMorgan and Wells Fargo ( WFC) in overall deposits.