Despite a difficult quarter for its parent company, Merrill Lynch reported that its fourth-quarter revenue rose.
The Bank of America unit increased its total client assets 6% to $1.58 trillion as revenue rose 13% to $3.55 billion from a year earlier as the country’s second largest U.S. brokerage company added to its advisors.
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