U.S. Banks’ Dodd-Frank Costs May Widen to $34 Billion, S&P Says

JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp. are among eight U.S. lenders that collectively may have annual pretax profits cut by $34 billion amid new U.S. rules that include limits on trades, Standard & Poor’s said.

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