By Peter Rudegeair and Dan Wilchins NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bank of America Corp's balance sheet suffered from rising bond yields in the second quarter, suggesting that the second-largest U.S. bank may be more exposed to interest-rate risk than some of its major rivals. The bank posted a profit for shareholders of $ 3.57 billion in the second quarter, but on its balance sheet the picture was not as good – its net worth fell by $ 6.26 billion as a result of investment losses. Rivals JPMorgan Chase & Co and Citigroup Inc both managed to increase their net worth as measured by their book value. …
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