An op-ed by Ralph Nader on Friday sent shares of the beleaguered GSEs soaring.
05/24/13 - 04:35 PM EDT
|Bank VA Chesterfield (BOVA)||6.00||11.32||0.00 M|
|Village Bank and Trust Financial Corporatio (VBFC)||1.88||10.59||0.00 M|
|OptimumBank Holdings Inc. (OPHC)||0.42||9.95||0.06 M|
|Anchor Bancorp (ANCB)||19.00||9.83||0.00 M|
|Sound Financial Bancorp Inc (SFBC)||13.94||9.16||0.00 M|
|Pathfinder Bancorp Inc. (PBHC)||13.15||7.43||0.00 M|
|Plumas Bancorp (PLBC)||5.71||6.73||0.00 M|
|First Capital Bancorp Inc. (FCVA)||3.35||6.69||0.01 M|
|Southern National Bancorp of Virginia Inc (SONA)||10.08||5.88||0.01 M|
|Rurban Financial Corp (RBNF)||8.63||5.12||0.00 M|
|Credit Suisse AG (UOIL)||34.99||-10.02||0.00 M|
|National Bank of Greece (NBG)||1.22||-8.27||0.00 M|
|Carver Bancorp Inc. (CARV)||4.70||-5.05||0.00 M|
|MSB Financial Corporation (MSBF)||7.50||-4.82||0.00 M|
|Howard Bancorp Inc Md (HBMD)||7.20||-4.81||0.00 M|
|Central Federal Corp (CFBK)||1.40||-4.76||0.00 M|
|Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc (SMFG)||8.29||-4.27||4.58 M|
|Jacksonville Bancorp Inc (JAXB)||0.50||-3.85||0.01 M|
|Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. (MTU)||6.09||-3.64||5.48 M|
|Summit Financial Group Inc. (SMMF)||8.00||-3.50||0.00 M|
|Bank of America Corporation (BAC)||13.24||0.23||83.45 M|
|Citigroup Inc (C)||50.52||-0.02||23.10 M|
|JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM)||53.66||0.58||18.34 M|
|Wells Fargo & Co (WFC)||40.24||0.57||17.13 M|
|Regions Financial Corporation (RF)||9.10||1.22||12.23 M|
|Banco Santander SA (SAN)||6.97||-1.13||10.48 M|
|Bank Bradesco (BBD)||16.75||-1.24||10.03 M|
|Itau Unibanco Holding SA (ITUB)||16.00||0.00||8.45 M|
|U.S. Bancorp (USB)||35.41||0.54||7.67 M|
|KeyCorp (KEY)||10.66||0.28||6.97 M|
|Wells Fargo & Co (WFC)||40.24||0.57||$211.9 B|
|HSBC Holdings PLC (HBC)||55.35||-1.62||$207.9 B|
|JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM)||53.66||0.58||$201.6 B|
|Citigroup Inc (C)||50.52||-0.02||$153.8 B|
|Bank of America Corporation (BAC)||13.24||0.23||$142.4 B|
|Westpac Banking Corp (WBK)||141.07||-3.17||$90.4 B|
|Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. (MTU)||6.09||-3.64||$89.4 B|
|Royal Bank Of Canada (RY)||61.53||0.38||$88.7 B|
|Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD)||80.89||-0.38||$74.9 B|
|Banco Santander SA (SAN)||6.97||-1.13||$74.3 B|
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