A back page story Wednesday, "Investors are Getting Picky About Small Banks' Shares," misstated the criterion used by analyst Marni Pont O'Doherty to distinguish between small and large banking companies. The Keefe, Bruyette & Woods analyst referred to market capitalization, not assets, when she said the shares of companies bigger than $1.5 billion had outperformed those of smaller banks.

Through an oversight, Tuesday stock price information for American International Group was omitted from a news brief on Wednesday's back page. The item should have said that AIG's stock rose $1.75 a share, to close at $90.125.

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