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Many of the largest U.S. banks are expecting to raise their dividends during the second quarter, following the completion of Federal Reserve stress tests, but there are many smaller, profitable banks and thrifts already paying high dividends to investors.
Phil van Doorn discusses bank stocks that are still trading below tangible book value, despite the financial sector's strong returns this year.
Banking industry consolidation could finally pick up later this year, as potential sellers wake up to reality.
These banks have bucked the trend, with strong revenue growth over the past year.
Regional bank stock investors are looking for significant increases in quarterly dividends, after the Federal Reserve completes its stress tests in March.
TheStreet Ratings has identified a group of high quality bank stocks, with consistent earnings performance, in contrast to many better-known banks.
Analysts are expecting relatively weak results when regional banks begin reporting their fourth quarter results next week, and see greater value for investors in the largest national banks.
These four bank and thrift holding companies had the best third-quarter efficiency ratios among actively traded names.
These big New York banks have plenty of upside over the next year, according to analysts.
These bank stocks have plenty of upside for 2012, based on analysts' consensus price targets.