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$0.01 Per Share Cash Dividend Payable on November 30, 2010 to Stockholders of Record on November 15, 2010
Six savings and loan associations and one bank joins TheStreet's list of undercapitalized institutions.
California has suffered during the real-estate bust, but it still counts 15 banks that are in strong shape.
New bank failures in California, Minnesota and Maryland brought the total number of banks and savings and loans shut down by regulators this year to 84.
Regulators shut down two banks and a thrift, bringing the 2009 tally of failed U.S. banking institutions to 84.
The bad news for banks just got worse, as the number of undercapitalized institutions rose last quarter.
Franklin Bank of Houston, Tex. and Security Pacific Bank of Los Angeles become the latest bank failures.
The bank trades higher after a Goldman Sachs analyst initiated coverage with a "Buy" rating.
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