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These 10 large bank holding companies have posted relatively strong earnings through the credit crisis, even during the terrible years of 2008 and 2009.
There are plenty of options out there for dividend hungry bank investors.
Regulators on Friday shut down two Maryland banks and one each in New York and Oklahoma.
These five bank stocks are facing the most skepticism from Wall Street's analyst community.
Treasury says auction of Texas bank Comerica warrants brings government $181.1M
A federal complaint alleges that Charles J. Antonucci, the former president of failed New York City-based Park Avenue Bank, engaged in fraud against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Troubled Assets Relief Program.
Regulators seize banks in New York, Florida and Louisiana, bringing this year's total number of U.S. bank and thrift failures to 30.
LibertyPointe Bank of New York was shut down by regulators, bringing the number of bank failures in 2010 to 27.
Valley National came through the financial crisis with a strong balance sheet and generous dividend. Now it's targeting a return to earnings growth.
Many banks have remained profitable despite suffering from bad loans tied to commercial real estate.
Valley National Bancorp reported fourth-quarter net income of $32.1 million, or 19 cents a share, matching Wall Street's consensus view.
YRC Worldwide, Apple, General Steel, Merrimac Industries are among big market movers Thursday
Shares of regional banks drop as UBS cautious on sector, says loan losses to accelerate
Regional banks' shares rise as analyst boosts view on sector, says provisions to peak in 4Q
S&P cuts ratings on 18 banks amid concern over further weakening in financial sector
Citigroup's 'financial supermarket' model has long been a target for critics, and the government's bailout Monday could force the bank to break it up.
Citigroup executives began weighing the possibility of auctioning off pieces of the financial giant or even selling the company, as its market cap plummeted to unthinkable lows.
Citigroup shares have taken such a beating lately that even a vote of confidence from its onetime savior may not be able to save the struggling banking titan.
Citigroup's deep cut to its global workforce is a much-needed move for the bloated giant, but investors and market observers are growing less confident management can steer the ship in difficult economic times.
Citigroup eyes smaller banks, as it moves on from its failed bid to buy Wachovia.
It only makes sense for the bank to explore its options. Here are a few of them.
Some strong institutions that didn't need new capital to survive got it anyway.
Valley National, Universal Health Services, Helmerich & Payne, Amazon and Cabot are downgraded
Everyone's thinking about banks these days, but what would legendary investor Benjamin Graham have done?
Intel, DreamWorks, Valley National, Jones Lang Lasalle and TransAlta have their ratings changed.
Financial stocks rebounded on upgrades and positive economic data.
The Fed's cuts have hit CDs, but some decent rates are still around.
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