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BNY Mellon Isn't the Underdog It Seems

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Fri, 27 Jun 2014

Custody banks have suffered in recent years as low interest rates and clients' risk aversion have weighed on revenue. Banks have responded by cutting costs--though some more than others--but shareholder returns have remained stubbornly subpar. Despite this, we think the wide economic moats of custo

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