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Stock Search: Bank of America, Citigroup

Bank of America led the list of most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com Monday.

Bank of America

(BAC)

led the list of most-searched stocks on

TheStreet.com

Monday as investors looked for information ahead of the earnings season for banks. BofA is scheduled to report on April 20.

Two more banks followed,

Citigroup

(C)

and

Wells Fargo

(WFC)

, the latter of which led a rally Thursday thanks to its optimistic profit comments.

Goldman Sachs

(GS)

, whose earnings are due Tuesday, was up next. That bank looks to be stuck with the deal it made with

Warren Buffett

last year.

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Rounding out the top five was

AIG

(AIG)

, and up next was

American Express

(AXP)

. James Altucher covers the

Barron's

article discussing whether

the stock is a buy

.

Industrial conglomerate

General Electric

(GE)

, which was acknowledged for its

strong leadership

, also made the list, as did

General Motors

(GM)

, where

bankruptcy speculation

continues to weigh on the stock.

Fellow automaker

Ford

(F)

was next to last, and

Chevron

(CVX)

, which declined after the company said

its first-quarter earnings would be lower

than the fourth quarter, rounded out the list.

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