Stocks of large U.S. banks were strong on Monday, as investors shrugged off Russia's land grab and cheered rising U.S. manufacturing.
These large-cap U.S. banks that "could reach" into the category of 'best managed Banks,' according to the equity analyst team at RBC Capital Markets.
Shares of Bank of America decline 2% on another weak day for the sector, as investors continued to worry about Russia's aggression in Ukraine.
Independent Bank of Hanover, Mass., can continue its strong EPS growth 'in nearly any environment,' according to KBW analyst Collyn Gilbert.
The custody bank leads the banking sector lower amid a broad market selloff.
Analysts differ on whether disappointing February results have led to a buying opportunity, or signal weakening performance for 2014.
The company files the registration for the IPO of its North American Retail Finance unit, which will eventually be completely spun-off.
Investors continue to sell as they look to the coming bipartisan Senate bill to wind-down the government-sponsored mortgage giants.
Investors can expect another day of extreme volatility for shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, amid mixed signals from Washington.
Shares of Fannie and Freddie Mac see huge declines after key members of the Senate Banking Committee announce an agreement on winding the GSEs down.