The South Financial Group saw its stock hit an all-time low Wednesday, a day after posting its eighth straight quarterly loss.
Shares of the Greenville-based financial services company dipped as low as 44 cents before rebounding slightly later in the day. By day-end, TSFG was trading at 47 cents a share, still off 22 cents from Tuesday.
The company’s previous low had been 53 cents.
Late Tuesday South Financial reported a net loss of $736.9 million for 2009, compared with a net loss of $568.8 million the previous year.
For the fourth quarter, South Financial’s net loss was $193.9 million.
In the past year, South Financial has seen its total assets decline from $13.6 billion to $11.9 billion.
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