President Obama's address and more Ben Bernanke testimony were not able to give a huge rally to the markets. Worse-than-expected existing-home sales data and the start of banks "stress test" help financials lead the top 10 list.
Bank of America
will be among the first to be put to the Treasury's stress test to determine if the institutions have enough capital to weather this financial tsunami. Ben Bernanke reiterating that the government has no plans to nationalize these two behemoths.
some or all of the government's $45 billion preferred equity stake into common shares.
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, is on the list with a $60 billion dollar loss expected when the company reports earnings next week. Also, bids for
's Asian arm are due Friday but a number of
on the process.
makes the list with the stock continuing to pullback amid fears of its dividend safety and capital health of its finance arm. The stock is now under $10 and to see if Frank Curzio, Portfolio Manager of Stocks under $10, thinks it's a bargain or a bust email
, makes the list after reporting a disappointing quarter due to a falling backlog and pressure in its previously recession resilient sectors. Barclays cut numbers through 2010, but Cramer owns this stock for his Action Alerts Plus Portfolio. To see how he is trading it email
Mad Money stock
is next. Cramer
talked with its CEO
Dave Cody and recommended the stock citing a high yield and good management.
, makes the list with executives scheduled to meet with Obama's auto industry task force on Thursday hoping to get
met with officials today.
Let's move to tech with
. Stock got an upgrade to buy from hold from Canaccord Adams. Also the company is holding its annual shareholders' meeting today. To get up to the minute news on the Big Apple, check out tech reporter's James Rogers, most
after CEO Steve Ballmer said the current economic downturn will have a damaging effect to its sales and will last through 2009.
also lowering its price target and
based on sales and earnings forecast.
, rounds out the top 10 after getting a
price target cut
at Morgan Stanley to $58.
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