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Stock Search: Alcoa

The aluminum giant is among the list of most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com Wednesday.

Aluminum giant

Alcoa

(AA)

was among the most-searched stocks on

TheStreet.com

as it kicked off the earnings season.

Alcoa was the first of the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

components to report its earnings. Alcoa reported a dismal first quarter

, but analysts chose to dwell on the positive

.

Telecom names hit the list when Jim Cramer said he was bullish on

Research In Motion

(RIMM)

during his

Mad Money

show.

Gary Krakow reviewed

Sprint's

(S)

new

4G WiMAX data modem

.

Banks continue to draw a lot of attention as an Oppenheimer analyst lowered

Citigroup

(C)

estimates for 2010

.

As

Bank of America

(BAC)

struggles, insiders suggest that a list of replacements for CEO Ken Lewis

is being assembled

.

The economy is affecting even recession-resistant products like arthritis drugs

from Abbott Labs (ABT)

.

Toyota

(TM)

is preparing for

a bankruptcy filing

by

General Motors

(GM)

.

Dan Dicker takes a look at gold and

the effect on Freeport McMoRan (FCX)

.

General Electric

(GE)

CEO Jeff Immelt had encouraging words for

President Obama

.

And finally,

MGM Mirage

(MGM)

was downgraded by TSC Ratings from hold to sell due to deteriorating conditions in the casino industry