2009-02-25wsj.com

As a home-mortgage lender, Bank of America Corp. avoided the excesses of many rivals during the housing boom. But an analysis of mortgage-backed securities sold to investors in 2007 by the Charlotte, N.C., bank shows its performance isn't nearly as impressive in that area.

For example, among 17 issuers of securities backed by adjustable-rate jumbo mortgages, Bank of America's BAFC series has performed the worst, with payments on about 16% of the underlying loans 60 days or more overdue...

Don't worry, the takeover of Countrywide took care of the "dodgy home mortgages" side.


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