Updated from 3:04 p.m. ESTFinancial stocks were mixed in trading despite the wider market rally Wednesday, as investors remained skeptical of the government's efforts to rescue the sector. The Obama administration launched its " Making Home Affordable" program, in which the government will work with lenders to modify the loan terms for up to 4 million homeowners, and the second will refinance up to 5 million homeowners into more affordable fixed-rate loans. Wells Fargo ( WFC) and JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) pledged their support for the program. Citigroup ( C) and Bank of America ( BAC) last month signaled support after the administration sketched a broad outline. Wells Fargo shares were down 9.4% to $9.66. JPMorgan was off 8.1% to $19.30. BofA shares were down 1.4% to $3.59. Citi was down 7.4% to $1.13. The NYSE Financial Sector Index was climbing 1.6% to 2,342. Goldman Sachs ( GS) rose 4.1% to $85.47. Morgan Stanley was up 6.7% to $19.40.