Because of incorrect data supplied by Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc., an article and table Tuesday included Bank of Boston among institutions whose temporarily low credit costs make them seem notably stronger than they are. Keefe now says it expects the bank to earn $4 a share this year, a figure that normal credit costs would reduce only 4%, to $3.85.

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