Not surprisingly, CIT was catapulted into the spotlight on bankruptcy rumors today, pushing to the stock to the top of TheStreet's stock-search list today. New entrants to the list include JP Morgan, General Electric and SanDisk.

Check back every weekday around noon to see who's on top. Here are the top 10 searched tickers for today:

1. CIT Group ( CIT)

2. Bank of America ( BAC)

3. Citigroup ( C)

4. JP Morgan ( JPM)

5. AIG ( AIG)

6. General Electric ( GE)

7. SanDisk ( SNDK)

8. Goldman Sachs ( GS)

9. Apple ( AAPL)

10. GM ( GMGMQ.PK)
David Polak has been with TheStreet.com for two years and currently works in Business Operations; He graduated from Manhattan College in the Bronx, with a business degree focused in finance and economics.

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