Bond insurers Assured Guaranty and MBIA each released first-quarter earnings Monday, and while their results were vastly dissimilar, they shared at least one thing in common — each company’s stock quickly tumbled afterward.

MBIA fell almost 6.22%, or $0.58 to $8.75, after the company posted a net loss to shareholders of $1.5 billion in the quarter, mostly driven by a $2.2 billion loss on insured credit derivatives.

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