Shares of Mellon Bank Corp. sagged again on Thursday, as Wall Street continued to fret about the controversy swirling around Boston Co., the Pittsburgh bank's money management subsidiary.

Mellon was off 87.5 cents to $53.625 in late afternoon trading. The stock has surrendered 10.6% in value this week and has been the weakest major bank issue in the market.

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