Updated from 2:47 p.m. ET

Financial stocks were mixed Friday, as several big names paused after a big run-up a day earlier.

Citigroup ( C) Chairman Richard Parsons told Reuters that the company doesn't need any more capital injections from the government and called Citi "one of the better-capitalized banks in the world.'' Citi shares, which dipped under $1 last week, closed up 6.6% to $1.78.

Bank of America ( BAC) were down 1.5% to $5.76, as a judge said he would decide in a week if the company must has to turn over a list of performance bonuses given to the 200 highest paid employees of Merrill Lynch. New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has subpoenaed the information as part of probe into payouts Merrill made prior to BofA's purchase closing on Jan. 1.

Wells Fargo ( WFC) shares were down 0.1% to $13.94, after the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said it was suing it and HSBC ( HBC) for "systematic, institutionalized racism" in its lending practices. Both companies denied the charges. HSBC shares were up 3.2% to $25.98.

JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) shares were up 55 cents to $23.75.

The NYSE Financial Sector Index was down fractionally to 2,6918
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.

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