Tuesday's Volume Leaders: Citi, Fannie, & GE

NYSE Floor - Traders

Back to trading on this Tuesday following yesterday's Labor Day holiday and the volume leaders are familiar faces including Citigroup (NYSE:C), Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) but a welcome guest also includes General Electric (NYSE:GE) with shares up 4%.

theStreet.com: Back to Business: Coming Week

NYSE Floor - Traders

Wall Street on Tuesday will return from a long weekend to a market that has sleepily ticked upward for two months -- leaving investors to question whether bulls or bears are charging back from the Hamptons.  Tickers discussed in this article include: C , AIG, FNM, WFC, WMT, TGT.

Freddie and Fannie Today's Biggest Losers

Freddie (NYSE:FRE) and Fannie (NYSE:FNM)

Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) and Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM) are falling hard this morning on heavy volume, both stocks are down close to 17%.  Freddie's volume is approaching 61 million and Fannie 150 million and its only 10:40 AM EST.

Wednesday's Early Volume Leaders: Citi, Fannie, and BofA

Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel

Same Bat-Time and Bat-Channel again this morning with Citigroup (NYSE:C) leading the most shares traded on the NYSE along with fellow financial friends Fannie (NYSE:FNM), Freddie (NYSE:FRE) and of course Bank of America (NYSE:BAC).

Consumer Confidence Beats Expectations, Market Rallies Again

Shoppers Consumers

Consumer confidence numbers came out better than expected this morning for August.  That along with Bernanke taking another term are helping the equity markets stay positive today with Citigruop (NYSE:C) and Frannie Mae (NYSE:FNM) leading the volume on the NYSE.

Stock Market Continues Its Gains

Bullish (Bull Market)

The Markets are continuing to gain early this week as the economy is gaining ground on recovery.  Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM) and Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) are leading the charge with HUGE gains today.  Currently, the DOW is up

Taking Issue with David Dreman

David Dreman

I am troubled by Mr. Dreman in this one...

Freddie CEO Walks Away

Housing and Money

Of all the blame being thrown around out there regarding our current crisis, there is no blame greater than that of both Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM) and Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) 

Once Quality Stocks now Under $1 in 2009 (13 Stocks)

U.S. Dollar - Weak Dollar

WallStNation.com takes a moment to look at 13 Companies that once commanded massive market caps with promising futures, but since the downfall in 2008 and into 2009, these stocks find themselves trading under $1.

The Fed to Buy Everyone's Debt

Ben Bernanke

Not really but it is looking that way

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