Dividend increases, acquisitions and loan growth — three things big banks and their shareholders have been longing for — could be in the cards for 2011, chief executives said Tuesday.
The forecasts, given at Goldman Sachs & Co.'s financial services conference in New York, reflect newfound certainty about capital standards and consumer protections. Bank of America Corp., for example, for the first time gave a timetable for raising its quarterly dividend.
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