10 Largest U.S. Banks Listed by market capitalization

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10. Capital One (NYSE: COF) Market Cap: $44.9 billion Capital One derives a large portion of its revenue from its credit card business, which should benefit from the improving U.S. economy 2 March 31, 2015

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9. Bank of New York Mellon (NYSE: BK) Market Cap: $44.9 billion BNY Mellon has a strong and diverse business, focused on investment management and services The bank’s total assets have nearly quadrupled over the past decade 3 March 31, 2015 Photo is in the public domain

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8. PNC Financial Market Cap: $48.9 billion PNC has a strong history of profitability, even during the financial crisis Concentrated in the eastern U.S., PNC is a leading provider of services to mid-sized businesses 4 March 31, 2015 Source: wikipedia user Jgera5

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7. Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) Market Cap: $71.8 billion Morgan Stanley has done an excellent job of growing its wealth management business (18% year-over-year asset growth) And, IPO and M&A revenue have been a strong driver of growth as well 5 March 31, 2015

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6. U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) Market Cap: $78.1 billion A longtime favorite of Warren Buffett, US Bank is considered one of the highest-quality banks in the industry The company runs more efficiently and profitably than most of its peers, which is why it trades for a premium valuation 6 March 31, 2015 Source: wikipedia user Ricardo630

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5. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) Market Cap: $83.2 billion This investment banking leader has benefitted from the red-hot IPO and M&A markets of the past few years Warren Buffett once called his investment in Goldman Sachs a “bet on brains” 7 March 31, 2015

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4. Citigroup (NYSE: C) Market Cap: $156.7 billion The smallest of the “big four” banks, Citigroup is considered to be one of the riskier investments Citi Holdings still has nearly $100 billion in “legacy” assets, and the company has more exposure to risky international markets than its peers 8 March 31, 2015

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3. Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) Market Cap: $163.3 billion Bank of America trades at a substantial discount to book value due to several risk factors including Litigation risk Poor history of risk management 9 March 31, 2015

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2. JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) Market Cap: $227.3 billion JPMorgan has $2.6 trillion is assets (largest in the U.S.) and operates in more than 50 countries The bank has produced strong loan growth, and rising interest rates could push profits higher 10 March 31, 2015

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1. Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) Market Cap: $281.8 billion Despite only being the #4 bank by assets, Wells Fargo commands a premium valuation because of its high asset quality and history of profitability 11 March 31, 2015

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