New York Federal Reserve Bank President Tim Geithner spent the day interviewing for the Treasury secretary job while investors continued to feed on bank-related news as banks led the top 10 most searched stocks on TheStreet.com.

Once again,

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

topped the list. Standard & Poor's upgraded the beleaguered bank even as it recognized the declining capital levels.

Whoever ends up heading Treasury,

has some work cut out

.

Wells Fargo

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is also drawing interest as it gets closer to reporting its earnings next week. Cramer owns this stock for his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio and says that earnings will be messy, but the core company is solid. For more of what Cramer is trading, email us at

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Citigroup

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continues to worry investors as the bank keeps trying to figure out ways to survive.

Jim Cramer

is convinced the common stock of this banking giant will not disappear,

One of the few financials that hasn't taken out its lows recently is

Goldman Sachs

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.

Cramer points out

that its actually in good shape,

Crude oil refuses to move up, putting pressure on oil stocks. Investors await next week's earnings from

ConocoPhilips

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as

traders square off

.

BP

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, with its 8% yield, is a position that is building in the Action Alerts Plus Portfolio.

Health care giant

Johnson & Johnson

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can't escape the

weakened consumer

.

Beaten-down

General Electric

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rounds out the list. Jim Cramer though is holding on to his position http://www.thestreet.com/video/10458949/cramer-making-adjustments-in-my-portfolio.html.

Research In Motion

(RIMM)

dropped its bid

for Canadian security specialist Certicom.

While top 10 favorite

Apple

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, which reported its earnings after the close on Wednesday, said its profit edged up 2% in its last quarter, beating expectations. Consumers were still buying iPods, but not necessarily iPhones.