$43.11 0.18 (0.42%)
12:57 EDT C Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $43.29
Market Cap 109.93B
PE Ratio -16.45
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 11.10M
Day's Range 42.91 - 43.95
52-Week Range 32.00 - 83.11
Dividend & Yield 1.54 (3.57%)
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Bank stocks have underperformed the broad markets. However, few banks stocks are attractive at current valuations as the economy improves.
DraftKings, Nikola, Oracle and Citigroup were our top stock trades for Tuesday. That said, let's look at the charts to see what's going on.
Citibank, a subsidiary of Citigroup (C), has announced that Jane Fraser is taking over as its next CEO starting in February 2021.
The banking sector is having a good Q2 earnings season. But the coast isn't clear for all banks yet. Avoid these bank stocks.
By Alex Sirois
C stock may appear to be in a bad position given the pandemic. However, buy-and-hold investors still can profit from Citigroup.
The financial sector is starting to show signs of life, so buy bank stocks for a big recovery over the next 6-plus months.
Bank stocks are gaining investors' attention after the group largely reported earnings this week. Here's what you should consider moving forward.
Recovering U.S. economic activity in the second-half of 2020 will spark meaningful gains in Citigroup stock.
Citigroup (C) earnings for the banking and financial services company's second quarter of 2020 have C stock falling on Tuesday.
A disconnect between ugly coronavirus headlines and surprisingly strong business sentiment sets up a possible bullish trade for C stock. But you better punch out quickly because the longer-term narrative is very risky.
Even in a volatile market, not all blue-chip stocks will keep you safe. Here are seven that you should avoid until things brighten up.
In 2008, banks were part of the problem. Today, they will be part of the solution, meaning now is a good time to look for bank stocks to buy.
By Ken Trester
This morning, futures are pointing higher, and since I’m not going to go against the tape, I’m recommending a bullish trade on Citigroup, Inc. (NYSE:C).
Citigroup (C) earnings for the financial services company's first quarter of 2020 have C stock falling Wednesday despite beating estimates.
Wells Fargo has underperformed its peers and yields 5%. But that doesn't make WFC stock a must-buy name right now.
There's nowhere to hide, as the markets continue to tumble lower. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
From Seeking Alpha
Citi (NYSE:C) and Citi Foundation announce more than $1B in initiatives to help close the racial wealth gap and increase economic mobility in the U.S.Its Action for Racial Equity includes: providing greater access to banking and credit in communities of color, increasing investment in Black-owned businesses, expanding homeownership among Black Americans, and advancing anti-racist practices in the financial services industry.Over the next three years, Citi core businesses and the Citi Foundation are committing: $550M to support homeownership for people of color and affordable housing by minority developers; $350M in procurement opportunities for Black-owned business suppliers; $50M in additional impact investing capital for Black entrepreneurs; $100M to support Minority Depository Institutions’ growth and revenue generation; and $100M in Citi Foundation grants to support community change agents addressing racial equity.According to a recent Citi GPS report, "Closing the Racial inequality Gaps," if the U.S.
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