Updated from 1:34 p.m. EDTFinancial stocks locked in with the tumbling broad market Friday, but among the few winners was KNBT Bancorp ( KNBT). Shares of the Bethlehem, Pa., bank jumped 6.5% after National Penn Bancshares ( NPBC) agreed to buy it in a 1-for-1 stock swap, not including a 3% stock dividend from National Penn. As of National's most recent close, the deal is worth about $464.6 million, and it should close late in the first quarter of next year. Holders of KNBT are to own 35% of the combined company. Its shares closed up 93 cents to $15.30. National Penn expects per-share earnings accretion within 2008, but its stock fell 8.5% to close at $15.38. NYSE Euronext ( NYX) also traded higher after saying August volumes on Euronext's cash markets more than doubled from last year to 33.3 million transactions. Also in August, the NYSE Group division saw a 62.8% year-over-year leap in shares handled daily to 3.6 billion. NYSE Euronext shares added 71 cents, or 1%, to close at $72.44. Elsewhere, Infinity Property and Casualty ( IPCC) climbed 2.3% to close at $40.03 after the Birmingham, Ala., insurer said it bought back some 2.6 million shares from Lehman Brothers ( LEH) on an accelerated basis for an initial price of $100 million. Lehman is expected to purchase the same number of shares in the open market over the next few months, during which the initial price is subject to adjustment based on the share-price fluctuation, less a discount. Infinity first announced plans last month to buy back $100 million of its shares.