SCA shares were down 7 cents to $3.89. XL Capital ticked up 29 cents at $50.31.
And Centerline (CHC) shares continued to plunge following Friday's news that it will slash its dividend and take a hit of between $45 million and $55 million from securitizing its $2.8 billion affordable-housing-bond portfolio with Freddie Mac (FRE). The asset manager also cut its 2007 forecast for cash available for distribution by at least 14 cents to between $1.70 and $1.75 a share. Centerline shares fell another 1% to $7.62 a share in heavy volume.
Among the financial winners, however, was Legg Mason (LM - Get Report). After the close on Friday, the asset manager said it has cut its exposure to structured investment vehicles, or SIVs, to 3.2% of its total liquid assets. That should result in a charge of $22.2 million, or 15 cents a share. Still, Legg Mason shares were up $1.92 to $73.15.