Stocks of thrifts that have just gone public are getting battered in an increasingly volatile market.

Shares of First Kansas Financial Corp., which made their debut Friday, fell in Monday's session, while other bank and thrift stocks rallied. Shares of the Osawatomie, Kan., company were priced at $10 and rose to a high of $12 on Friday. But on Monday the stock fell 56.25 cents, to $12.3125.

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