(Refiles with new headline and recast lead, inserts missing word in 4th paragraph) By Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK, Aug 25 (Reuters) - In late August's quiet trading, four troubled financial companies have accounted for a big piece of total volume on the New York Stock Exchange, in what one analyst referred to as a "dash for trash." Citigroup , Bank of America , Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have dominated trading recently as each has more than doubled in price from 2009 lows. On Monday and ...
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