It would be easy to miss the most important lesson from Bank of America Corp.'s goodwill charge on its card portfolio — or take away the wrong one.
The $20 billion hit was big, out of the blue and involved a crucial consumer business. It seemed to suggest an already troubled unit was taking a turn for the worse.
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