( At 4:55 p.m. EDT) Citigroup ( C) got it done. The bank's shares rose 5.5% Tuesday to end at $4.01, its first close above $4 since late January. You know I can't stop you if you want to talk about a short squeeze, as our friends at The Wall Street Journal did. I'm not even saying you wouldn't have a point. I'm simply noting that the stock was up again. Going back to March 13, when it finished at $1.78, it's gained more than 100%. Since last Wednesday, it's advanced 49%. If you saw value there, for whatever reason, and bought it you've done pretty well. The other side, not so much. These new shares may very well change the equation. For now though, it is what it is. On the whole, however, it was another setback for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The index lost 137.63 points, or 1.7%, to 7920.18, as 26 of its components retreated. No reversal this time. Aside from Citi, only three stocks climbed -- General Motors ( GM), Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) and Intel ( INTC). Following the close, Intel said its first-quarter profit fell, though it did exceed estimates. If the company's right, PC sales bottomed in the quarter. For the second quarter, the chipmaker didn't offer much guidance, outside of saying it's planning for revenue to be basically flat with the first quarter's $7.1 billion. Shares were down 3.7% to $15.42 in the late session after closing at $16.01. If that weakness carries over it will be a drag on the Dow Wednesday. As for the day's decliners, financials had the most pronounced pullbacks. American Express ( AXP) fell 9.9% to $18.43, while both Bank of America ( BAC) and JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) surrendered more than 8%. So it wasn't the best day. Wasn't the worst, either. Until tomorrow, then. And don't read anything into that. I'm simply signing off.