1 hr ago | SchaeffersResearch.com
Citigroup Inc , currently trading at $49.69 , has had a strong 2013. The financial name boasts a year-to-date gain of over 25%, and during the past three months, it has bested the broader S&P 500 Index by nearly 6 percentage points.
2 hrs ago | Insider Monkey
Except for Wells Fargo & Co , all of the Big Four banks are trading in the red today, with Citigroup Inc. down 0.50% about two hours after the opening bell.
6 hrs ago | Business Wire
The Rating Outlook is Stable. Fitch has decided to discontinue the rating, which is uncompensated Primerica Life's rating is supported by the company's solid risk adjusted capitalization, strong competitive position in the individual term insurance market, efficient captive distribution force, conservative asset profile, and good operating ... (more)
11 hrs ago | Bloomberg
Wall Street banks , buoyed by record stock-market prices and high-yield bond issuance, probably will report a jump in second-quarter trading and investment-banking revenue from the same period a year ago.
Growing Stock Report expands its NYSE Gainers Weekly Watch List adding HSBC Holdings plc and The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc .
Copper fell in New York before Federal Reserve policy makers begin a meeting that may indicate when the central bank will start curbing debt purchases intended to stoke the U.S. economy.
A Big Apple fundraiser for Sen. Mark Begich - one of the targets of New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's gun control group - that was hosted by some of the city's finance titans was called off, officials confirmed.
Appaloosa hedge fund manager David Tepper is known for outsized returns and good timing on his purchases, earning much of his wealth foreseeing and correctly playing the housing crisis and subsequent financial recovery.
I like that term better--you can practically feel the bank getting squished between encroaching interest rates.
Over the past few years, Citigroup Inc has been grappling with an unusual problem - how to incur more U.S. taxes.
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June 17 - Britain's top fraud prosecutor is poised to bring criminal charges against former Citigroup Inc and UBS AG trader Thomas Hayes, who is alleged to have been a central figure in a scam to rig global benchmark interest rates, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday.
U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index rebounding from last week's decline, as investors weighed prospects for less economic stimulus before this week's Federal Reserve policy meeting.
After the thrashing it took last week, Citigroup Inc stock is trading up today, a full 2.15% about two hours into trading, as markets look for some clarity from the Federal Reserve -- which they may just get.
Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega is making obsolete the world's most-popular market for structured notes tied to bonds.
Newcrest Mining Ltd., Australia's largest gold producer, is facing scrutiny from regulators about its disclosure of a possible A$6 billion writedown after bullion slid into a bear market.