Here's what's happening this morning in banking and finance news:
- Debit card fees might be no more, but major banks - including Charlotte's Bank of America - are quietly ramping up other consumer fees, the New York Times reports.
- As concerns mount over the euro-zone crisis, some U.S. banks are releasing more information about their exposure, the Wall Street Journal writes.
- Seeking Alpha examines whether financial stocks are a good bet right now and why Citigroup might be better off than its peers.
- Enough with the big-bank bashing, investment advisor Jim Ulland writes in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
- Gold traders are the most bullish in at least seven years, Bloomberg reports.