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Regional banks that have heavy mortgage exposure are on the regulator's radar screen.
BB&T is growing its dividend, but Portfolio Manager David Peltier analyzes whether the bank is a buy at current levels.
Here are some signs that you should consider trimming or selling a good stock.
Stocks are down for the first time in two weeks, but investors are still buying banks. Presented by David Peltier, Portfolio Manager of the Dividend Stock Advisor.
Even after a strong 2012, the sector is still playing catch-up with the rest of the market.
Jim Cramer believes the money center banks have had their run and now it's time to own the regional banks.
I execute a dividend-rotation strategy, trading in and out of stocks to capture the dividend payment. Those of you who also read the Real Money site know me as the "Dividend Diva." In one of my partnerships, I execute a dividend-rotation strategy, t...
Regional banks are benefitting from home mortgages but stock prices aren't rising.
The Street of Dreams is actively downgrading stocks this morning. Bernstein has downgraded Huntington Banchsares (HBAN), SunTrust (STI) and BB&T (BBT). Goldman lowers the rating for Schwab (SCHW) and Wells Fargo takes down Broadcom (BRCM).
The Federal Reserve announced super low interest rates are here to stay. But that's making it tough to make money for regional banks like BB&T. As we continue our look at regional banks, we talk with Kelly King, CEO of BB&T.
Jim Cramer says he is concerned that earnings from the industrial, financial, energy, and tech sectors will probably be weak.
The data show declining performance among investment banks of all sizes.