Citigroup (C)

Learn everything you need to know about Citigroup and find links to beginner-friendly guides that show you the best way to invest in it.
Updated: Mar 29, 2023

About Citigroup

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What is Citigroup?

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Citigroup is an investment bank and a financial services company. Formed in 1998 out of the merger between Citicorp and Travellers Group, it’s one of the largest financial institutions in the United States and is one of the Big Four banks on Wall Street.

Citigroup’s origins go back as far as the early 19th Century, when it was created as the first City Bank of New York. It had to be bailed out during the 2008 financial crisis, receiving more government assistance than any other bank, and was briefly part-owned by the US government until 2010.

How does Citigroup make money?

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By providing personal and business banking services, such as loans, retail banking, and wealth management. It also has its own trading division, which earns money by buying and selling financial assets like stocks and bonds.

What is Citigroup’s best selling service?

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Citigroup makes more than half its revenue from institutional clients. That includes a range of services that Citigroup offers to those high value clients, such as investment banking, corporate lending, stock trading. Personal banking services, on the other hand, make up about a third of its revenue.

Who are the key executives at Citigroup?

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Citigroup is run by a leadership team, made up of Chief Executive Officers for each aspect of the business. Here are the key figures.

  • Peter Babej, CEO, Asia Pacific
  • Titi Cole, CEO, Legacy Franchises
  • Nadir Darrah, Chief Auditor
  • Jane Fraser, CEO, Citi
  • Sunil Garg, CEO, Citibank, North America
  • David Livingstone, CEO, EMEA
  • Mark Mason, CFO
  • Brent McIntosh, General Counsel
  • Margo Pilic, Chief of Staff
  • Anand Selva, CEO, Personal Banking & Wealth Management
  • Edward Skyler, Executive Vice President
  • Ernesto Torres Cantu, CEO, Latin America
  • Zdenek Turek, Chief Risk Officer
  • Sara Wechter, Head of Human Resources
  • Mike Whitaker, Head of Enterprise Infrastructure Operations & Technology
  • Paco Ybarra, CEO, Institutional Clients Group

Where can I buy shares in Citigroup?

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You can buy Citigroup stock on a stock trading platform. These platforms are extremely simple to use but there are different options to suit your specific needs. If you are a first-time investor you might want to use a trading platform for beginners, while if you plan on doing a lot of trading from your phone, a stock trading app might be best.

Are there any other ways to invest in Citigroup?

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The simplest way to invest in Citigroup is to buy shares through a stock broker. However, you can also invest through an ETF or a fund. The best ETFs allow you to invest in the stock market more generally rather than focus on one company.

Citigroup is part of the NYSE index, so you can invest in an ETF that tracks that index, or choose a dividend ETF that lets you own a basket of related stocks from the same industry.

More about the C price

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What is the Citigroup stock price today?

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The C stock price today is currently $45.22, as of March 29 2023. The price of Citigroup is down 19.92% over the last year. You can use the live Citigroup stock chart to track the NYSE:C price in real time above, or compare the Citigroup value today to its past performance using the Citigroup financials tab at the top of this page.

What is the 52-week low for Citigroup stock?

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The 52-week low for Citigroup stock is $40.00. C stock is currently 11.79% above the 52-week low.

What is the 52-week high for Citigroup stock?

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The 52-week high for Citigroup stock is $57.40. C stock is currently 19.92% below the 52-week high.

What is the stock forecast for Citigroup?

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The average Citigroup stock forecast has a price target of $53.00 by the end of 2023. Citigroup’s latest financial results, the broader economic outlook, and the amount of competition in the industry all influence these forecasts.

It’s best to take analyst forecasts with a grain of salt but you can use their estimates to help you understand the weight of opinion about a stock.

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Charlie Hancox
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