Bank Stock Again Attract Interest of Hedge Funds

March 2010
American Banker;3/5/2010, Vol. 175 Issue F309, p16
Trade Publication
This article reports that hedge funds are again interested in purchasing bank stocks. Regulatory filings show that hedge funds own 19 percent of Popular Inc., 9 percent of SunTrust Banks Inc., 6 percent of Citigroup Inc. and Zions Bancorp., and 4 percent of Wells Fargo & Co.


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