After holdings of U.S. debt surged to a record $1.89 trillion in 2012, lenders from Citigroup to Bank of America and Wells Fargo are culling for the first time in six years and amassing dollars.
Citigroup to BofA Spurn Treasuries for Cash on Taper Risk
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