Financial stocks were top performers for a third day Tuesday, as traders continue to bid up the group on expectations the Fed will raise interest rates this year.
Shares of MetLife plunged more than 8.5 percent Thursday after reporting earnings well below expectations and a $2 billion charge.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reporting that a court has sided with insurer MetLife to remove the "too big to fail" designation and therefore not subject to oversight by the Federal Reserve.
Yields on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note dropped sharply Wednesday, setting up a potential trade in certain areas of the market.
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U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on encouraging news from the Eurozone and stronger oil prices.
MetLife will make a final plea on Monday to U.S. regulators determined to subject it to tougher oversight.
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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Oct 1-* Barclays raises Aflac Inc price target to $58 from $55; rating overweight. *Barclays raises The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc price. *Barclays raises Lincoln National Corp price target to $24 from $20;.
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Raymond James, an investment bank with $271 billion in client assets, said its best stock selections, which include Nvidia, may double in the next year.