Citigroup Inc (C)

71.40
0.36 0.50
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 71.76
Open 71.56
Day Low/High 71.01 / 71.64
52 Wk Low/High 45.16 / 72.20
Volume 10.43M
Avg Volume 16.55M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 2.72B
Market Cap 194.70B
EPS 4.70
P/E Ratio 14.24
Div & Yield 1.28 (1.80%)

Latest News

China's Banks Halt Business With North Korea Per United Nations Sanctions

China's Banks Halt Business With North Korea Per United Nations Sanctions

China has come under fire for not doing enough to rein in the rogue nation.

Why Hurricanes Won't Force the Fed to Ditch a December Rate Hike

Why Hurricanes Won't Force the Fed to Ditch a December Rate Hike

This year's third rate hike may be followed by three more in 2018, the Federal Reserve has indicated.

Citi Third Quarter 2017 Fixed Income Investor Review

Citi Third Quarter 2017 Fixed Income Investor Review

John Gerspach, Chief Financial Officer, and Michael Verdeschi, Treasurer, will conduct the Citigroup third quarter 2017 Fixed Income Investor Review at 11:00 AM (ET) on Thursday, October 26, 2017.

Fed Pares $4.5 Trillion Balance Sheet But Easy-Money Era Isn't Over

Fed Pares $4.5 Trillion Balance Sheet But Easy-Money Era Isn't Over

Slowing inflation and damage from two major hurricanes may still weigh on the Fed as it considers future changes in short-term interest rates.

Bank Stocks Move Higher as Fed Decides to Start Unwinding Balance Sheet

Bank Stocks Move Higher as Fed Decides to Start Unwinding Balance Sheet

The Fed will start balance sheet reductions in October.

Chart of the Week: Citigroup

This chart is a cut above all other banks.

Bank Stocks Move Higher Ahead of Federal Reserve Meeting

Bank Stocks Move Higher Ahead of Federal Reserve Meeting

As the Fed readies to decide on a September rate hike and a move to unwind the balance sheet, bank stocks were rising.

Citi To Be 100 Percent Powered By Renewable Energy By 2020

Citi To Be 100 Percent Powered By Renewable Energy By 2020

Citigroup Inc. ("Citi") today announced that it will source renewable power for 100 percent of its global energy needs by 2020.

For First Time Ever, Global Citizen Festival To Be Broadcast LIVE In Virtual Reality By Citi, Live Nation & NextVR

For First Time Ever, Global Citizen Festival To Be Broadcast LIVE In Virtual Reality By Citi, Live Nation & NextVR

Citi, Live Nation, and NextVR today announced that they will broadcast this year's Global Citizen Festival LIVE in virtual reality for the first time ever.

All Eyes on the Godfather of Central Banking as Fed Has Huge Meeting This Week

All Eyes on the Godfather of Central Banking as Fed Has Huge Meeting This Week

All eyes on the Federal Reserve this week. For several reasons, the latest FOMC meeting will be huge.

The Stock Market Stinks and the Stench Is Going to Get Much Worse Soon

The Stock Market Stinks and the Stench Is Going to Get Much Worse Soon

The market's resilience is a function of lemming-like behavior amid economic and global conditions that are less secure than many believe.

Weekly Roundup

Hurricane Irma damage is less than expected, which lifts markets. In the portfolio, we add to one position while updating the ratings on two others.

Financials Trade Close to Flat as Investors Await Clarity From the Fed

Financials Trade Close to Flat as Investors Await Clarity From the Fed

Financials stick close to the flatline on Thursday as investors await a rush of data to close out the week before assessing how the Federal Reserve might move next week.

Don't Get Shaken Out of Good Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wed 9/13/17)

Don't Get Shaken Out of Good Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wed 9/13/17)

Don't be distracted and start buying high and selling low, says Jim Cramer. A good example? Don't trade Apple, own it.

Bank Stock Bulls Ready to Charge Again as Trump Bump Winds Down

Bank Stock Bulls Ready to Charge Again as Trump Bump Winds Down

Lenders aren't outperforming anymore, but that could be an opportunity, says Goldman.

Citi Trading Revenue May Dive 15% as Goldman Cites 'Challenging' Bond Market

Citi Trading Revenue May Dive 15% as Goldman Cites 'Challenging' Bond Market

This year's unusually low volatility -- and pace of trading -- has persisted into the third quarter, threatening to extend a slump for Wall Street firms like Goldman Sachs that depend on transaction fees.

Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq at New Records as Promise of Tax Reform Boosts Banks

Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq at New Records as Promise of Tax Reform Boosts Banks

The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq score new records on Tuesday, Sept. 12, as the promise of tax reform fuels gains in the financials sector.

Stocks Back at Highs as Apple Gains on iPhone 8, iPhone X Release

Stocks Back at Highs as Apple Gains on iPhone 8, iPhone X Release

Stocks returned to session highs as Apple Inc. lays out its latest product launches, including a new version of its smartwatch and iPhone. Here's where stocks are trading Tuesday afternoon.

Stocks Come Off Highs as Apple Wait Counters Boost From Tax Reform Talk

Stocks Come Off Highs as Apple Wait Counters Boost From Tax Reform Talk

Stocks come off of highs on Tuesday, Sept. 12, as a tech sector in wait-and-see mode countered gains in the financial sector. Here's where stocks are trading at market open on Tuesday.

Financials Swing Higher as White House Talks Up Tax Reform by End of Year

Financials Swing Higher as White House Talks Up Tax Reform by End of Year

Financials took a swing higher on Tuesday, Sept. 12, as tax reform again came back into focus.

How to Make Easy Money on Apple's iPhone X Worldwide Reveal: Market Recon

How to Make Easy Money on Apple's iPhone X Worldwide Reveal: Market Recon

This is the day that both investors and fans of Apple have been waiting for.

Citi Private Bank Continues To Expand Bay Area Presence

Citi Private Bank Continues To Expand Bay Area Presence

Citi Private Bank announced today that the firm has hired three senior executives to join the San Francisco and Palo Alto teams.

JPMorgan, U.S. Banks Face $3 Billion of Loan Losses From Catastrophic Hurricanes

JPMorgan, U.S. Banks Face $3 Billion of Loan Losses From Catastrophic Hurricanes

Bad loans at U.S. banks as a result of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma would add to the damage for the financial industry, with insurers already facing more than $100 billion of losses from the storms.

Goldman Sachs Could Be Another Negative Tell; Takeaways: Doug Kass' Views

Goldman Sachs Could Be Another Negative Tell; Takeaways: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Goldman Sachs as well as running through some of his takeaways and observations.

Stanley Fischer's Surprise Exit Will Leave Federal Reserve With a Big Problem

Stanley Fischer's Surprise Exit Will Leave Federal Reserve With a Big Problem

Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Stanley Fischer, is resigning, effective on or around Oct. 13.

Weekly Roundup

Markets keep an eye on the storms while the Fed has a surprise. We add a name to the portfolio.

Status Report on Some Portfolio Names

Analysts like Danaher; Nvidia takes a hit; Citigroup and Nucor are appealing.

TheStreet Quant Rating: B (Buy)