Financial Services

CHFN and SHBI are both at the $1 billion asset threshold and could catch the eye of a buyer.
Buying smaller players at or below book value remains the single best growth opportunity in the sector.
Like the overall market, shares of these exchange operators will eventually break out and start a new trend.
But business is brisk for smaller and mid-sized banks.
Here's an under the radar bank stock with great technicals and 10% upside.
These banks are all undervalued, and could attract bank-stock activist funds.
With an activist entering the sector, here are some stocks to watch.
The insurance and financial giant has returned to a key support level this week.
The 50-day and 200-day moving averages are narrowing and could be getting close to what technicians call a 'death cross.' 
Prices of MetLife have begun to slip again with volume increasing. Bounces in the $47-$48 area could be sold.

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