Citigroup ( C) continued to lead list of the 10 most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com Friday.

Citigroup and General Electric ( GE) both reported first-quarter results Friday, but many in market oberservers are questioning how positive the results really are. While both companies beat expectations, the quarter did not necessarily point to great performance.

Investors are getting curious about what Bank of America ( BAC) will have to say when it reports its earnings before the bell Monday.

AIG ( AIG) announced it was selling its car insurance unit to Zurich Financial, sending the value of the Swiss company downwards and resulting in Fitch ratings giving it a negative outlook.

State Street ( STT) saw its share price come under pressure. Investors are beginning to believe that the accounting-rule change may not be as big of a bonus as had been previously thought. State Street reports its earnings next week.

On the tech side, Google ( GOOG) reported a profit increase of 9% for the first quarter, aided by cost-cutting. The company also looks to perhaps charge for some products.

Sirius XM Radio ( SIRI) got its corporate credit rating bumped up a notch.

Cisco ( CSCO) may not have an exciting product but it does deliver recurring revenue.

And finally, DryShips ( DRYS) was upgraded by Oppenheimer to Outperform from Perform.

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