Citicorp's stock went on a wild ride last week as investor fears mounted-and then abated-about the company's operations in Southeast Asia.

The shares surged on Friday by about 4% after plunging more than 2% the day before. Several large hedge funds had shorted the stock on reports that loan losses in the bank's Bangkok, Thailand, subsidiary were on the rise, market sources said.

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