March 13, 2013
Last week, the Federal Reserve reported that 17 of the nation's 18 largest banks passed this year's round of stress tests. Among those making the grade was Citigroup (NYSE: C ) . The question this week, set to be answered on Thursday, is whether the Fed will allow Citigroup to return capital to shareholders by means of a share buyback program. In the video below, Motley Fool contributor John Maxfield discusses why he thinks the chances of this are good.
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