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TCF Financial and Zions led the pack of bank stocks that have bearish investors piling in, according to a Deutsche Bank analysis.
Analysts feel these banks are ready to perform well over the next 12 months.
CEO Donald Foley had a signing bonus rescinded by the company, but got a nice salary increase in the bargain.
Regional bank stocks have been in focus and Comerica is a stand out in a sea of still-troubled financial institutions.
After a year of recovery for the majority bank stocks, the sector closed out 2010 with a yawn.
Even though stocks were slightly up, financial stocks were trading down on Wednesday.
Citi analysts analyst gave a vote of confidence to M&T Bank's impending deal for Wilmington Trust.
Regional bank M&A continued Wednesday, this time with two small Gulf Coast banks.
This decade was full of some of the largest Ponzi schemes, insider trading rings and white collar crimes.
BMO's acquisition of M&I for $4.1 billion in stock surprised many analysts, who believe the deal may be overpriced.
The banking sector is facing many hurdles in 2011, not least of which is loan growth.
Capital One shares were higher on Friday after an analyst upgraded the stock to buy with a $53 price target.
Once the Treasury Department recoups its TARP investment from Citigroup this week, it will start moving ahead on plans to recover funds from AIG and other large banks.
Despite "many issues," and a sell rating, an analyst with Evercore Partners doesn't expect Marshall & Ilsley to bail or be sold off.
While Banks will continue working through their problem commercial real estate loans for some time, there are a number passing through the credit crisis with flying colors.
The regulator is looking to protect consumers from excessive fees and bankers from reputation risk.
Hormel is downgraded from Hold to Sell at Soleil Securities on a valuation call.
The disconnect between the demand for small business loans and the availability of financing is hindering bank growth.
A recent court ruling describes BofA in kill-or-be killed mode.
The Top 10 S&P 500 insider selling companies of 2010 have doubled selling of their shares in the current year.
Two prominent bank analysts have identified a group of 10 large holding companies they expect to begin returning excess capital to investors early in 2011.
Cisco downgraded by Deutsche Banks, William Blair and Wunderlich; estimates, target lowered at Goldman.
Assurant shares were plunging, following a report about its actions in the "force-placed" insurance market.
Midterms mean a change in the financial regulatory atmosphere.
Altera downgraded at Ticonderoga from Buy to Neutral. Stock is already pricing in recent market share gains.
Financial stocks seemed to struggle on Tuesday as several conflicting forces including a weak dollar, yet positive earnings from MasterCard and Radian Group contributed to the sector's performance
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