Stocks Finish Broadly Lower
U.S. stocks closed lower Friday as investors cashed in on profits made in the past 13 sessions and and bank issues slid on rekindled concerns about the struggling financial sector. Following a meeting of top US bankers with President Obama, JPMorgan Chase (JPM) CEO James Dimon told CNBC that March has been "a little tougher" than the first two months of 2009. A similar comment was reportedly made by Bank of America's (BAC) CEO.
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