Bank stocks led the market on Monday, after S&P raised its outlook for its U.S. sovereign debt rating to "stable" from "negative."
Standard & Poor's revises its outlook for the United States, based in part on huge dividends being reaped from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Despite the run-up in GSE shares, KBW analyst Bose George still believes that non-government shareholders will be left out in the cold.
Bank stocks led a strong market as a rising unemployment rate put fear of a change in Federal Reserve monetary policy temporarily on hold.
Bank stocks on Thursday ended a four-day slide.
With share of both private equity firms dropping significantly over the past month, Oppenheimer says it's time for investors to jump in.
Shares of the nation's largest banks all declined again on Wednesday, amid a slew of conflicting economic reports.
First NBC Bank Holding Company completed its IPO in May and is set for strong organic growth, according to Sterne Agee analyst Peyton Green.
Most bank stocks headed lower on Tuesday, as investors continued to worry over a possible curtailment of monetary stimulus by the Federal Reserve.
A draft bipartisan Senate bill would dissolve Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, while giving consideration to all classes of shareholders.