The market selloff hasn't abated yet, continuing the downward swing stocks began Thursday. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.7%, or 188 points, to 25,333, while the Nasdaq fell 0.3%, or 21 points, to 7,220, and the S&P 500 declined 0.52%, or 14 points, to 2,747. 

Here are the stories making the rounds on Wall Street Monday. 

Bank of America's Bullish Take

Bank of America (BAC) has some good news for bulls. Apparently, there is plenty to be optimistic about

TipRanks Ranks the Best Stocks

TipRanks also has some buy suggestions in this volatile market. 

Wells Fargo in Hot Water, Again

The Federal Reserve is still on Wells Fargo (WFC) . 

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