Stocks in New York were hammered Monday, and financials led the list of the top 10 most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com.

Shares of Citigroup ( C) and Bank of America ( BAC) fell after Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said banks will probably need more bailout money. Citi is reportedly seeking bids for its Japanese brokerage unit, Nikko Cordial.

General Electric ( GE) was next. The company announced that the multiyear contract between GE Aviation and the U.S. Navy could be more than $1.5 billion. To see how Cramer is trading on this news email us for a free trial to his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.

Next up was AIG ( AIG), which has cut or delayed payments to partners in some of its real estate ventures.

General Motors ( GM) was also heavily searched after a weekend that saw the government force CEO Rick Wagoner to quit. President Obama said the auto industry will endure, but that GM and Chrysler might have to face bankruptcy. Ford ( F), for the time being, is in the clear, but the stock got dragged down with its competitors.

Home Depot ( HD) makes the list after Cramer initiated a new position in this stock as a housing recovery play for his Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio.

Another Cramer stock is next, Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ). He gave it a thumbs up on Mad Money saying it was one of the best drug companies out there.

Chevron ( CVX) is next. Shares of integrated oil companies were selling off today with the rest of the markets.

Rounding out the top 10 is Apple ( AAPL) after rumors that iPhone and Skype would team up. Skype will release a version of its Internet-based software for the iPhone. Reportedly, this move will be officially announced Tuesday.

Alix joined TheStreet.com TV in February 2007. Previously, she held positions in film and theater production, management, and legal administration. Alix has a degree in communications and theater from Northwestern University.

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