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MGIC Investment rallied after state regulators eased capital requirements for the insurance company.
Mortgage insurers, including Radian and MGIC Investment, jumped Thursday on above-average volume on word of an extension for the home-buyer tax credit.
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Several small-cap stocks were moving on above-average volume during Friday's session.
It must be due to the return of ultimate daytraders such as Boca Biff.
Investors are bullish about MGIC and Radian. But the mortgage-guarantee insurers aren't out of the woods yet.
Jim Cramer says autos, packages and a pair of unlikely strong sectors round out the list of what's working.
Radian's stock has almost tripled in the past month, and there are no signs of a letup.
Mortgage insurers spent $670,000 lobbying federal government in 2nd quarter
MGIC says it will stop writing new business after posting a bigger-than-expected loss in the second quarter.
PMI says it narrows its loss in the first-quarter, sending shares soaring 30% in afternoon trading.
Mortgage insurer MGIC CEO Culver received compensation of almost $3.9M in 2008, down 38 pct
Citigroup and several financial names were sliding Thursday, as investors took profits after the prior day's rally.
Jonathan Moreland, author of InsiderInsights, gives you the lowdown on top stock purchases and sales.
S&P downgrades credit, debt ratings for MGIC Investment Corp.
Banks and brokerages enjoyed a rally even as one insurer took a nosedive.
Fitch places MGIC Investment's ratings on negative watch, endangering investment-grade status
Financial stocks were rallying Tuesday, after embattled Citigroup said it was having its best quarter in more than a year.
The bond insurer enters a $200 billion reinsurance deal with FGIC Corp.
Here are some of the stocks the crew has been talking about lately.
The trading panel notes that J. Crew fell after hours on poor guidance.
Investors need to look in the mirror and recognize that they are responsible for their own financial mishaps.
Our problems are so widespread, I see lots more IndyMacs before we're out.
M. Oppman wins $5,000 in the final week of the Beat the Street, capping off the 12-week contest with an entirely short portfolio.
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