Banks continued to lead the list of most-searched stocks on as Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner called for more reforms, including a new regulator.

Citigroup ( C) was leading the search list, followed by Wells Fargo ( WFC), which may benefit the most from new government actions, according to a Barclays analyst. Wells was also downgraded by Moody's on Wednesday.

Moody's downgraded the preferred stock and senior debt ratings of No. 3 stock Bank of America ( BAC), as well.

Next was AIG ( AIG), a company that continues to come under fire, this time as the New York attorney general said he would issue subpoenas for information on credit default swaps from the insurance giant.

Shareholders have filed suit against the next stock on the list, General Electric ( GE), for cutting the dividend.

Starting the second five was Eldorado Gold ( EGO), a company Jim Cramer recommended on his Mad Money show.

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IBM ( IBM) plans to cut about 5,000 U.S. jobs -- about 4% of its domestic workforce of 115,000 -- and said that many of the jobs will be moved to India. At the same time, IBM may be considering a bid for Indian company Satyam.

The next-to-last stock was Apple ( AAPL), which may eventually get pulled into the netbook craze.

Spectrum Pharmaceuticals ( SPPI), which is taking over cancer drug Zevalin, rounded out the top 10 list.

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