Bank of America is down over 1.7% right now, far underperforming the rest of the banking sector, as fears spread that it’s the target of a forthcoming Wikileak.
Last night the news broke that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said the next leak would be a bank, and today it was discovered that in 2009 he said he had 5GB of data on the bank. Ominously in the interview he warned that new revelations could take down a bank.
By comparison, Citigroup is up 1.8%, and Wells Fargo is flat right now.
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