Banks remained in the spotlight as Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testified that shoring up the banks may go beyond the $700 billion rescue plan.
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
traded sideways as investors tried to determine the results of the latest foreclosure plan unveiled by the White House.
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.
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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raised eyebrows when it announced that
insists its already a big hit.
Moving on to energy,
insisted that the
even as competitors begin dropping the payout.
rode the big wave as
Industrial stocks got a boost from word of the Chinese stimulus plan taking effect with
managed to gain a few cents even after reporting dismal sales for February.