The perennial debate over how much disclosure serves a bank's interest goes on, occasionally tweaked by surveys that attempt to reinforce one consensus or another.

This time, First Manhattan Consulting Group has marched onto the stage, armed with results of a brand new survey. The conclusion, based on input from 45 institutional investors and analysts: Banks could raise stock prices by disclosing results for each business unit.

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