Bank of America's capital markets business is solid and the company expects a good year-end, according to CEO Brian Moynihan.
"The calendar has been pretty full. ... In terms of capital markets fees, we'd expect a good fourth quarter compared to last year's fourth quarter—both debt and equity capital markets," Moynihan told CNBC. "The M&A business is also solid … not robust yet because the economy's been a bit slow, but solid," he added.
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