NEW YORK (
) -- Life insurers stocks are dragging Friday as banks got pummeled by talk revolving around mortgage put-backs and foreclosures.
"There has been a lot of talk about mortgage put-backs which may have a negative effect on the stock today, even though it is not a critical issue or affecting life insurance companies," said UBS analyst Andrew Kligerman.
stock slid 30 cents a share, to $53.86,
American International Group
stock fell 54 cents a share, to $41.40,
stock slipped 33 cents a share to $24.94 and
's stock fell 62 cents a share to $39.02
--Written by Maria Woehr in New York.
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