Bank of America
led the list of most-searched stocks on
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,
, the latter of which led a rally Thursday thanks to its optimistic profit comments.
, whose earnings are due Tuesday, was up next. That bank looks to be stuck with the deal it made with
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Rounding out the top five was
, and up next was
. James Altucher covers the
article discussing whether
, which was acknowledged for its
, also made the list, as did
continues to weigh on the stock.
was next to last, and
, which declined after the company said
than the fourth quarter, rounded out the list.
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