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Most bank stocks end mixed after 29 of 30 banks pass the first round of the Federal Reserve's annual stress tests.
Large-cap bank stocks are strong heading into the Federal Reserve's announcement of stress test results, but the "main event" is next week.
Most bank stocks rose as the broad market pulled back, after the FOMC tapered as expected and shed light on when sort-term interest rates might rise.
Investors expect steady sailing following the first two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee under the leadership of Janet Yellen.
Stocks of large U.S. banks were strong on Monday, as investors shrugged off Russia's land grab and cheered rising U.S. manufacturing.
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.
The custody bank leads the banking sector lower amid a broad market selloff.
Investors continue to sell as they look to the coming bipartisan Senate bill to wind-down the government-sponsored mortgage giants.
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.
Bank stocks on Monday fared slightly better than the broad market, which was held back by disappointing export numbers out of China.
Bank stocks were strong again on Thursday, as unemployment claims declined.
Bank stocks were strong on Wednesday, despite some disappointing economic reports.
U.S. bank stocks rebound in a major way, as tensions in the Ukraine ease, at least temporarily.
Bank stocks fared worse than the broad market on the first trading day following Russia's invasion of Crimea.
Bank stocks rounded off the week with another day of gains, while shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cooled off.
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