Bank of America will restate earnings going back to 2002 to adjust for the accounting of certain derivative transactions related to hedging interest rate risk and foreign exchange exposure.
The adjustments, which pertain to Financial Accounting Standard 133, will increase earnings by $345 million over that period. Bank of America said its financial strength will not be adversely affected by the restatement.
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