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Citigroup Inc. (" Citigroup") today announced the commencement of offers to purchase for cash (i) any and all of its notes of the series set forth in the first table below, under the heading "Any and All Notes," (the " Any...
The Dow retreated from records as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated from records on Friday as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
Stocks fluctuate on Friday afternoon in choppy trading as banks beat a retreat after days of gains.
Continued strength is likely the final stepping stone to a December rate hike, but questions linger.
Stocks hold mixed on Friday after U.S. jobs gains in November solidify the chances of a December rate hike.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average scored a new record close on Thursday as another rally in the banking and energy sectors offset weakness in tech.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average remains above its record close on Thursday, though barely as a tech selloff pressures the broader market.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above its record close on Thursday as a banking rally and another surge in crude prices benefits the blue-chip index.
You have to start small. No hurry, because oil will meet resistance at $50.
The wholesale club giant handily beat consensus expectations for the month and also saw November traffic rise.
Wall Street was torn in two with the energy sector marching the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher, while health care and tech weighed on the Nasdaq.
The OCC's Thomas Curry urged bank executives to remember the 2008 financial crisis, saying current regulations have made the financial system strong.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average leads markets on Wednesday as a rally in crude oil lights a fire under the energy sector.
Goldman Sachs stock is trading up, driven by anticipation for GDP growth and a reworked Dodd-Frank Act.
This rally isn't just about Trump, Cramer says. He thinks investors are cheering the economic outlook.
This is a different sort of discipline: that of not ringing the register.
The pause in the stock market rally presents another opportunity for investors, according to Jim Cramer.
Cramer shares his views on how much further Citigroup and Goldman Sachs have to run and cautions that you can't wait for everyone to love a stock.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
Almost every other bank has taken out the highs from last year, but Citi and Goldman Sachs have lagged. Now is their chance to shine.
Almost every other bank has taken out the highs from last year.
Citigroup received approval from the Federal Reserve to boost buybacks through June 30 by $1.75 billion. The bank already planned repurchases of up to $8.6 billion.
Wake up, America. We just elected another oligarch who will continue the trickle-down economic policies that perpetuate slow growth. Any stimulative policies he backs will likely get blocked in Congress.
Next phase of this Trump rally shows there's money moving in, says Jim Cramer.
But if you do, accept that you aren't necessarily selling expensive stocks.