Stocks fell on Friday as banks continued the new earnings season with less-than-stellar results. Though headline numbers were strong, the finer details left much to be desired and led to big names such as Wells Fargo, Citigroup, PNC, and JP Morgan falling on the day. Unsurprisingly, the Financials sector led the decline and fell nearly three times as much as the second worst performer. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, more than 3% of which is exposed to JP Morgan, fell 122.91 points (-0.50%) to lead major U.S. indexes on the decline. The Nasdaq Composite (-0.47%) was close behind, while the S&P 500 (-0.29%) fell less than its rival indexes.