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Wall Street's dealmakers are having a historically good time of it

Bank of America reported strong third-quarter earnings on Monday — and the bank's dealmakers had a big hand in the performance. The firm's corporate and investment bank had its best third quarter since Bank of America merged with Merrill Lynch in 2009, bringing in $1.46 billion worth of revenues. That helped the global banking business, which houses corporate and investment banking along with transaction banking and business lending, report a net profit of $1.
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