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  1. UPDATE: Dallas: America's friendliest city for -2-

    UPDATE: Dallas: America's friendliest city for -2-

  2. The Low Yield Conundrum

    Challenges in the mortgage industry took their bite out of Countrywide Financial's CFC first-quarter results. Nevertheless, we expect to modestly increase our fair value estimate as we transfer coverage to a new analyst. Earnings fell 35% from the prior-year quarter, to $0.72 per share. This ...

  3. Funds Betting on Beaten-Down Regional Banks

    Some deep-value investors have significant stakes in these troubled firms.

  4. Fund Times: Putnam Continues to Shuffle Managers

    Plus, changes to Evergreen's lineup, Davis' bargain-hunting, and more.

  5. Levels of Thinking

    Getting out of level one.

  6. Tuttle Tactical Management Weekly Market Notes

    Look at the financial section of practically any national newspaper on any given day, and one is liable to see an article about the weak housing market or the so-called subprime meltdown. It is easy to imagine that a weak housing market might be causing problems for mortgage banks like Washington ...

  7. Stocks to Buy Once a Decade

    The current credit crisis has provided a once-in-a-decade opportunity to buy the large money-center banks.

  8. Third Quarter in Stocks: Volatility Returns to the Markets

    Subprime and housing woes lead to wider asset repricing.

  9. Bank of America Settlement Not the End

    A large settlement with the Department of Justice resolves much of the bank’s crisis-era misdeeds, but it’s difficult to foresee a day when B of A and its peers are free of improprieties and the associated costs, says Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal.

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