Financial Services

Italian banks have a startlingly high level of nonperforming loans, and in this interconnected world, no problem is just a local problem.
Banking stocks were in focus Friday, led by earnings releases from Citi and Wells Fargo before the opening bell.
The same old problem is still here: the world is drowning in debt.
These are names that I like in Utah, Texas and Colorado.
A breakdown below $73 could prompt further weakness; a close above $83 would be bullish.
The charts warn of substantial deterioration in the bank's price level that should be guarded against before the next decline.
A weekly close above $26 for MDC would make us more confident about the upside.
These firms' execs used the post-Brexit meltdown to buy more shares.
Earnings season is a bit of a frightening specter right now.
ZION is not weak enough to short, but also not strong enough to suggest probing the long side. 

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