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BofA's profit slide and Nat City's loss and capital raise hit financial stocks Monday.
BEA Systems, Infosys, Coventry Health Care, First Horizon and iStar Financial all downgraded.
An analyst's bearish view on Citi and other big banks were a drag on the financial sector.
Fifth Third will buy nine Atlanta branches for an undisclosed sum, reviving a deal scuttled last month.
The Cincinnati bank wants to complete a nixed deal to buy nine branches under its original terms.
Shares climb 9.2% as the bank halts lending to homebuilders and commercial real estate businesses.
Weak housing markets and writedowns to securities tied to subprime hit profits.
The regional bank is the latest financial player to be hit by the subprime meltdown.
Here's a list of companies that have recently announced buybacks.
Cramer also likes Huntington and First Horizon as takeout plays.
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The markets charge higher following key speeches by the President and the Fed chairman. Guest host Farnoosh Torabi breaks down the action.
Do your homework before investing in companies that maintain their dividends even when earnings fall.
Ahead of the Fed, earnings provide fodder for bulls and bears alike. Plus, Chris Edmonds on energy's spike.
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