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Citigroup Inc. (C)

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44.26-1.32 (-2.90%)
At close: 04:05PM EDT
44.25 -0.01 (-0.02%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT

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  • P
    Pulgarín
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀
  • K
    Kenneth
    Raise the div.
  • L
    LongSlayer
    Buy this hard under 50.
  • K
    Kee
    INTEREST RATE IS RISING. BANKS EARNINGS WILL RISE ACCORDINGLY
  • T
    Ted
    C has fallen too far too fast. It should rebound this week. The dividend is safe in my opinion. The tangible book value above $80 dollars is much higher than the current price. Due to interest rates increasing the amount net interest margin increase will offset other slow downs in the company. Early next year the federal reserve will be forced to pivot and reduce there interest rate forecast. This will be good news for the banks.
  • K
    Khaled
    Great stock for the next bull Market
  • A
    Alan
    So you commit a trillion to the progressive green new deal so I guess you also cut off fossil fuel way to go woke and lose me as a customer
  • r
    rob s
    Depression coming? 'The Dow Jones Industrial Average peaked at 381.17 on 3 September 1929.

    The crash started on Thursday 24 October with the Dow opening down 11% from the previous day’s close. It recovered much of those losses over the next two days.

    On Monday 28 October, the Dow closed down 13%. The next day, it closed down an additional 12 %.

    The bottom wasn’t reached until almost 3 years later on 8 July 1932. The low point was 41.22. That’s a drop of 89.2% from the peak.

    The Dow didn’t reach its previous peak of 381.17 until 23 November 1954.' We have shorter cycles, much more liquidity, more balanced policy, and a currency that is relatively more stable - these are differences from then to now. We also understand how attitude can be impactful. It takes 6-8 months for each rate change to show up in the real economy, so why are we seeing monthly raises? The U.S. debt is out of control since demand for stuff out weighs GDP/Production (they too have supply chain issues lol). A new digital currency could be valued in such a way as to wipe out half of the debt. We are certainly at a turning point. Sure wish I was invited to the table. Thoughts?
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    D
    C isn,t alone, even the mightly Goldman Sachs lost 2% today.
    Maybe I should try selling 100 short or buy some puts
    Every time I do that the stock goes up $10.
  • r
    rob s
    We are now in a deflationary period. Huh? The current residual inflation is a lagging indicator. Stock market is a leading indicator - asset prices have now declined more than 20%. Cars, Homes, and other major assets are declining double digits - the Fed wins. The question is how much and how long the swing downwards continues. It's not like we did not need this. Nominal or slightly above rates should have been worked on a long time ago. Time to restructure the Fed and have better checks and balances.
  • W
    White
    I can see why Buffett is on board.
  • P
    Phil
    Way below 2008 value.
  • r
    ryanvfish
    I thought banks do better with higher interest rates
  • S
    Stephen
    i will buy at 32 end of October
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    charles
    Who is buying? Im buying with stop loss
  • S
    Stephen
    just look at 2008... we are in the time before another housing crash...
  • O
    Olongapo
    Citigroup has the best balance sheet of any large U S. bank.
  • C
    C. Ray
    So Citi wins the Revlon case for $500 million. Hat off to the Fraser team, well done.
  • D
    Diane
    Blood in the streets. I'm buying! I'm with Buffet. IMO Citi will report fantastic earnings. Best of luck to all!
  • C
    C. Ray
    Jane and Mark sure know how to run a bank into ground.