If I'm brutally honest, following bank stocks on a week to week basis is a challenging (and not particularly exciting) pursuit. While we all got a vivid lesson in just how badly wrong these business models can go, even on a quarter to quarter basis we're pretty much talking about submarine races - there's a lot going on below the surface, but you'll never see it.
That is relevant to Synovus (SNV) as these shares have enjoyed quite a run - up 35% over the past year, about 66% from the summer 2012 lows, and near a 52-week high on optimism about the prospects for improved performance, a TARP repayment, and a possible acquisition. That long-held expectation of...
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