NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's some chatter in the top-trending ticker streams on StockTwits.com:
Many of the big banks survived the Federal Reserve stress tests. However, after showing early gains, most -- including Bank of America (BAC), JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Goldman Sachs (GS) and Morgan Stanley (MS) -- have since faded since the open of trade. Wells Fargo (WFC) is slightly higher.
Perhaps a bit of "sell the news"?
iShares 20-Year Treasury Bond (TLT) continues to rise, breaking higher to levels no seen since last summer. Traders are becoming skeptical of higher interest rates any time soon:
Facebook (FB) is attempting to recover some recent losses, which were as much as 20% from highs at one point this morning. With earnings coming up, Traders may be starting to sense some positive catalysts on the horizon:
Meanwhile, the slide in Google (GOOG) continues, prompting some to start identifying technical levels that may offer some support:
In postive earnings-related news, Conn's Inc (CONN) reaffirmed guidance this morning, giving investors confidence and sendign the stock up over 12% at midday. There is a large gap from mid-February to fill, leaving plenty of runway for further gains.
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