Bank of America and Citigroup continue to reign on top of the stock search list on TheStreet.com today, with General Electric coming in at No. 3. Not surprisingly, considering the latest news, Oracle, IBM and Sun Microsystems also joined the list.

Please check back every weekday at noon to see what's hot. Here are the top 10 tickers today:

1. Bank of America ( BAC)

2. Citigroup ( C)

3. General Electric ( GE)

4. Oracle ( ORCL)

5. JPMorgan Chase ( JPM)

6. Wells Fargo ( WFC)

7. Sun Microsystems ( JAVA)

8. IBM ( IBM)

9. Ford ( F)

10. State Street ( STT)
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