+++ Second quarter and year to date, 1995 Biggest % Gainers Second quarter % Chg.

1 FirstBank Puerto Rico 43.10%

2 Money Store Inc. 42.8

3 Westcorp 42

4 Metrobank 38.7

5 ArgentBank 37.8

6 Citicorp 35.8

7 Sallie Mae 33.9

8 North American Mortgage Co. 32.9

9 Zions Bancorp. 32.5

10 Chase Manhattan Corp. 31.9

11 United Counties Bancorp. 30.6

12 Countrywide Credit Industries 29.2

13 World Acceptance Corp. 28.2

14 Coast Savings Fin'l 27.9

15 Intercontinental Bank 27.2 Year to date % Chg.

1 Putnam Trust Co. of Greenwich 100.00%

2 Shawmut Nat'l Corp. 94.7

3 Money Store Inc. 93.9

4 Westcorp 79.8

5 Imperial Bancorp 60.1

6 ADVANTA Corp. 59

7 Union Bank 57.9

8 North American Mortgage Co. 57.6

9 Intercontinental Bank 56.8

10 FirstBank Puerto Rico 54.3

11 United Counties Bancorp. 53.6

12 Midlantic Corp. 50.9

13 BayBanks Inc. 50.2

14 Mercury Finance Co. 48.1

15 Lafayette American Bank 47.8 Biggest % Losers Second quarter % Chg.

1 First United Corp. -19.30%

2 Western Bank -15.3

3 Cathay Bancorp -13.5

4 CBT Corp. -12.9

5 F&M Bancorp (Md.) -10.4

6 Farmers Capital Bank Corp. -9.7

7 Cole Taylor Fin'l Group -9.3

8 Pikeville Nat'l Corp. -7.8

9 U.S. Bancorp -7.5

10 Credit Acceptance Corp. -6.8

11 AMCORE Fin'l Inc. -3.9

12 CVB Fin'l Corp. -3.8

13 Arrow Fin'l Corp. -2.4

14 Fulton Fin'l Corp. -2.1

15 Shoreline Fin'l Corp. -2 Year to date % Chg.

1 First United Corp. -28.00%

2 Signet Banking Corp.* -23.6

3 Pikeville Nat'l Corp. -21

4 Cole Taylor Fin'l Group -19

5 Cathay Bancorp -16.7

6 Farmers Capital Bank Corp. -13.9

7 F&M Bancorp (Md.) -13.4

8 CVB Fin'l Corp. -12.3

9 Nat'l City Bancshares Inc. -9.2

10 City Holding Co. -8.6

11 Tompkins County Trust Co. -7.4

12 F&M Bancorp (Wis.) -6.8

13 Keystone Fin'l Inc. -6.8

14 Valley Nat'l Bancorp -6.2

15 United Nat'l Bancorp -5.2 === *Excludes gain from spinoff of Capital One Financial Corp. Source: SNL Securities. Compiled by American Banker.

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