December 07, 2009 10:34 ET Reports on Bank of America, Citigroup and Sprint Nextel

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 7, 2009) - Futures are red leading off the week's trading this morning. Our team is following Bank of America, Citigroup and Sprint Nextel this morning, looking for possible trades. Killer Penny Stocks continues to track stocks market wide for our subscribers with a focus on small-cap and micro-cap stocks that look to have substantial upside. We are one of the hottest new penny stock websites on the market. In order to receive our detailed reports FREE of charge, simply visit us at

Banks like Bank of America and Citigroup continue to grab headlines with talk of government TARP paybacks. BAC closed Friday with a gain of 3.3% after raising over $19 billion in a stock offering that can certainly help their plans to start repaying their government bailout loans.

Citigroup edged higher in Monday's trading with a report indicating they want to repay as much as $20 billion in government bailout money. The stock gained in pre market trading after Kuwait Investment Authority sold a $4.1 billion stake in the bank.

Sprint Nextel is trading up over 4% in early trading today after a Barron's report called the stock "undervalued". Keep an eye on Sprint Nextel today.

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