Signet Banking Corp.'s stock rose on news of upgrades by Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Dean Witter Reynolds Inc.

Analysts at the two firms shrugged off last week's disclosure of the bank company's $81 million exposure to an allegedly fraudulent loan and cited Signet's innovative consumer credit products and its sophisticated credit scoring models.

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