Find out which stocks have held the S&P 500 back from its next milestone.
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Why Citigroup is considered a losing stock so far this year.
The stock price of Bank of America, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo has gone in vastly different directions since 2007, but that doesn't tell the whole story for these three banks.
Things have been rough for Citigroup in 2014, but one number relative to Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase is a bright spot, and it could be reason for optimism at this big bank.
Citigroup has shown some signs of life, but a comparison of one critical metric against Bank of America and Wells Fargo reveals a cause for concern.
Fines and regulations increasingly hurt banks.
This often overlooked report is an important indicator of things to come.
J.P. Morgan has much more potential to increase its equity valuation by staying clear of lawsuits and reducing operating expenses.
Wells Fargo is knocking on the door to be the largest American bank ever as measured by market capitalization. It's a function of banking management that sticks to the basics: take customer deposits and make smart community loans.