Citigroup has been under fire lately for its troubles in 2014, but when compared against Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, it turns out it
The past few days saw a host of executive transitions, with high-level moves at Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup. Bank of America, meanwhile, apparently nudged closer to settling its second big legal case in as many weeks.
Analysts say Citi will struggle to meet its own return targets.
We're more than a quarter of a way through 2014, but one critical metric at Bank of America and Citigroup has moved in opposite directions over the last year.
Bank of America has made a lot of progress over the last few years, but it still has one major threat lurking in the background.
The Federal Reserve may be the regulator, but Bank of America is the clear winner.
Why Citigroup and Greenbrier stocks are on the move today.
Much has been made of the most recent announcement from the Federal Reserve surrounding the stress test results of Bank of America and Citigroup, but it turns out the biggest news is from Wells Fargo.
Just in case you thought the financial crisis was over, Citigroup recently disclosed that could soon begin suffering losses on $19 billion in home equity loans dating back to the financial crisis.
Their names are Citigroup and MidWest One Financial Group.