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) -- Some of the biggest investors on Wall Street made some bearish moves with bank stocks in the third quarter. Here's a quick round up.

Warren Buffett's

Berkshire Hathaway


seems to be the only bull star investor in the group. He scooped up a $52 million stake, or 2 million shares, in

Bank of New York Mellon


and increased his shares in

Wells Fargo


to 336.4 million shares from 320.1 million.

Buffett did cut his stake in



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to 13,154,356.


Pershing Square's Bill Ackman

and hedge-fund manager

John Paulson of Paulson & Co.

both reduced stakes in banks. Ackman trimmed down his stake in


.Meanwhile, Paulson eliminated his stake in

Goldman Sachs Group


and reduced stakes in




Bank of America



J.P. Morgan Chase



Capital One Financial



Marshall & Ilsley Corp



Check out

Buffett's SEC filing


Check out

Paulson's SEC filing.

Check out

Ackman's SEC filing.

--Written by Maria Woehr in New York.

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