Several bank stocks fell on Friday morning despite announcements in their capital plans, released Thursday night, that they would increase payout to shareholders.

JPMorgan (JPM) and Goldman Sachs (GS) were both trading down after the Federal Reserve approved them to pay dividends and buy back stock but expressed concerns about their capital planning. The Fed gave JPMorgan permission to buy back $6 billion worth of stock over the next 12 months and raise its dividend 26%, to 38 cents a share, but it stock was down early Friday. Goldman, which did not release details of its capital plan, was down 0.6%.

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