Banks remained in the spotlight as Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testified that shoring up the banks may go beyond the $700 billion rescue plan.

General Electric

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however, topped the losers as the stock tumbled almost 10% and falling to 18-year lows. Concerns over the future and health of the financial arm continue to worry investors.

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Bank of America

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traded sideways as investors tried to determine the results of the latest foreclosure plan unveiled by the White House.

Fellow bank


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could not hold onto early gains and began to slide as well as it grapples with its attempts to help homeowners and the White House's new plan.

Wells Fargo

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was under pressure

as it was reported

that many homeowners owe more on their mortgage than their house is worth.

And readers have decided that enough is enough for


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according to a survey

conducted by


Top ten favorite


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raised eyebrows when it announced that

the kindle would be available on the iPhone

especially since


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insists its already a big hit.

Moving on to energy,

British Petroleum

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insisted that the

dividend was secure

even as competitors begin dropping the payout.

Shipping favorite


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rode the big wave as

the sector soared

on Wednesday.

Industrial stocks got a boost from word of the Chinese stimulus plan taking effect with

U.S. Steel

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jumping on the news


And finally,

General Motors

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managed to gain a few cents even after reporting dismal sales for February.