How useful are stock ratings? A glitch at Citigroup spanning more than four years has given investors another reason to ask that question. The bank’s electronic feed distributed inaccurate analyst ratings to individual retail customers, …
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WASHINGTON -- The Treasury Department said Monday that its first sales of Citigroup stock will cover up to 1.5 billion shares. That would amount to about 20 percent of the 7.7 billion shares of Citigroup common stock that the …
Instead, they converted the $25 billion in bailout bucks they had already given Citigroup into stock that investors will be able to buy. The Treasury Department also got big private investors, including the government of Singapore and Saudi …
Big banks are taking huge hits to their profits because of the corporate tax cut. Citigroup posted a whopping $18.3 billion quarterly loss on Tuesday, after it took a one-time charge of $22 billion because of the tax cut. And its stock went up. …
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Shares of Citigroup Inc., once the nation’s most powerful bank, fell below $1 a share Thursday. The stock fell to 98 cents in late morning trading, down 15 cents or 14.2 percent from Wednesday. New York-based Citi has …
This is not good for the market, and it’s long past time, I think, for that reverse stock split at Citigroup. It’s beyond silly for any company to have 28.5 billion shares outstanding; a one-for-10 split would overnight bring Citi volume down to ...
Over the past year, shares of Citigroup (NYSE: C) have climbed 47%. That's more than double the return on the S&P 500, and it comfortably exceeds other big banks as well, with the KBW Bank Index returning 38% since this time last year. …
Citigroup stock has gained more than 5% on the back of its better than expected first quarter earnings, but massive losses in the wake of its stress test failure leave it down more than 7% since the start of 2014. According to Mike Mayo …
Citigroup Inc. will resume paying a nominal dividend after it uses a reverse stock split to shrink the number of shares outstanding, taking a small step in its recovery from the financial crisis. Citigroup will pay a quarterly dividend of a …
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Short-term pain. Long-term gain. Big banks are taking huge hits to their profits because of the corporate tax cut. Citigroup posted a whopping $18.3 billion quarterly loss on Tuesday, after it took a one-time charge …