Financial Services

Mandatory filings by two investment managers reveal the companies they favor.
Citigroup is retesting its August lows and approaching a key area of support.
Prospects for the shares aren't especially tempting.
The stock shows a good combination of positive price and money flow momentum.
Lender is broadening its business well beyond its core of mortgages.
The bank has yet to switch from dealing with legacy crisis issues to a business-growth mode.
Shares of Intercontinental Exchange look ready for a breakout.
There's no rational reason for mortgage REITs to have declined this much.
The Golden State offers a number of attractively priced bank stocks.
Consolidation may begin to accelerate in the second half.

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