Bank of America (BAC) Troubles and the DOW Jones Transports

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Uploaded on October 07, 2008 by Airelon

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Bank of America (BAC) is forced to reconstruct mortgage loans that will, in the short term, end up costing them $8 Billion.

They also announce a dividend cut from $0.64 to $0.32

At the same time, the DOW Jones Transportation Index has fallen off a cliff

What is the significance?

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