Bank of America shares fall on WikiLeaks fears

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December 1, 2010 01:55

 
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Bank of America Corp. stock fell Tuesday over concerns that it might be the target of a WikiLeaks document release early next year.

The bank's stock was down 36 cents, or 3.2 percent, at $10.95.

In an interview published in the latest issue of Forbes magazine, the founder of the whistle-blower organization, Julian Assange, said he plans to release tons of internal documents from a major US bank early next year.

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