Revenue missed estimates, as trading revenue fell 14%, with fixed-income trading being the worst performing asset class.
Earnings per share came in better-than-expected, as expenses were lower than expected. Citi wants to buy back $9.8 billion of its own stock in the first half of 2019.
The rest of the banking sector is up, on the back of Citi's results.
More evidence the Chinese economy is slowing was causing all three major U.S. indices to fall on Monday.
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