|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||65.95 - 66.91|
|52 Week Range||63.16 - 80.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.28 (1.93%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves as the world's largest US banks are set to take the stress test and return capital to shareholders if they pass. Here's the performance of select financial and bank stocks as of 1:30 pm ET: BSBR Banco Santander Brasil SA 6.63% BBD(HB) Banco Bradesco SA Pfd ADS 5.55% ITUB(HB) Itau Unibanco Hldg S A 4.95% WF(HB) Woori Bank 2.25% BOKF BOK Finl Corp 2.21% GGAL(HB) Grupo Financiero Galicia ADS 2.07% FRC First Repub Bank 1.16% PNFP(3) Pinnacle Finl Partners 1.09% SBNY(HB) Signature Bank 0.92% STL(2) Sterling Bancorp 0.72% DB(HB) Deutsche Bank Ag Ord 0.54% RBS The Royal Bank of Scotland 0.58% SNV Synovus Finl Corp 0.42% CBSH Commerce BancShs Inc 0.39% CFR Cullen/frost Bankers 0.29% MFG Mizuho Finl Grp Inc 0.29% WAL Western Alliance Bancorp 0.24% IBN Icici Bank Ltd ADS 0.17% NYCB New York Community Bancorp 0.09% SMFG Sumitomo Mitsui Finl Grp 0.06% OZRK Bank Of The Ozarks 0.00% SAN Banco Santander S A 0.00% EWBC East West Bancorp -0.17% BAP Credicorp Ltd -0.31% PACW PacWest Bancorp -0.31% ISF(HB) ING Groep 6.375% Perpet Hybrid -0.38% HDB Hdfc Bank ADS -0.40% BSMX(HB) Banco Santander Mexico SA -0.60% BSAC(HB) Banco Santander-Chile ADS -0.66% ING ING Grp ADS -0.68% SHG(HB) Shinhan Finl Grp ADS -0.69% BMO Bank Of Montreal -0.72% HSBC HSBC Hldg PLC -0.82% CS Credit Suisse Grp ADS -0.99% BCH(HB) Banco De Chile ADS -1.10% KB(HB) KB Finl Grp Inc -1.19% BNS(HB) Bank Of Nova Scotia -1.21% SIVB SVB Finl Grp -1.21% CIB(HB) Bancolombia S.A. Pref ADS -1.39% BCS Barclays Plc ADS -1.99% AIZ(HB) Assurant Inc 4.59% CBOE CBOE Glbl Mkts Inc 1.09% RE(HB) Everest Re Grp 0.97% PGR Progressive Corporation (The) 0.86% AMG Affiliated Managers Grp Inc 0.80% ALL Allstate Corp 0.66% JEF Jefferies Financial Group 0.63% CMA Comerica Inc 0.48% RF Regions Finl Corporation 0.43% TRV The Travelers Companies Inc 0.47% MTB M&T Bank 0.38% USB US Bancorp 0.38% BHF Brighthouse Finl Inc 0.37% ANTM Anthem Inc 0.30% ZION Zions Bancorp 0.29% KEY KeyCorp 0.29% IVZ Invesco Ltd 0.22% AIG Amer Intl Grp 0.20% TMK Torchmark Corp 0.20% BEN Franklin Res Inc 0.06% NAVI Navient Corp 0.00% BK Bank of New York Mellon Corp 0.03% HIG Hartford Finl Svcs Grp 0.04% CB The Chubb Corp 0.02% XL XL Grp Ltd 0.02% STI SunTrust Banks -0.03% WFC Wells Fargo -0.05% NTRS Northern Trust -0.07% CINF Cincinnati Finl -0.10% HBAN Huntington Bancshs -0.10% AFL AFLAC Inc -0.09% ETFC E Trade Finl Corporation -0.16% CI Cigna Corp -0.13% ICE Intercontinental Exchange Grp -0.20% BLK Blackrock Inc'A' -0.19% BRK.B Berkshire Hathaway'B' -0.19% PNC PNC Finl Svcs Grp -0.24% UNM Unum Grp -0.30% C Citigrp Inc -0.36% PFG Principal Finl Grp -0.37% MMC Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc -0.35% L Loews Corp -0.38% VRSK Verisk Analytics Inc -0.39% SCHW Charles Schwab Corp (The) -0.41% FIS Fidelity National Information -0.43%
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, as Wall Street clubs together to maintain its influence on the lucrative market for debt issuance. Underwriting debt is a relatively stable source of billions in annual revenues that could come under threat from tech start-ups and financial data companies investing in the market. Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan have for months been working together to improve what is often a disjointed and labour-intensive process for getting pricing and other information to potential bond investors.
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Citigroup agreed Friday to pay $100 million to settle charges that its bankers manipulated an important interest rate used to price everything from credit cards to mortgages. It is the latest major bank to settle charges related to the manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate, better known as Libor. Citi will pay $100 million to the New York State Attorney General's office and 41 other states involved with the investigation, New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood said Friday.
Citigroup Inc (C.N) agreed to pay $100 million to settle charges by most U.S. states that it defrauded government and nonprofit entities by manipulating Libor, an interest rate benchmark that underlies a wide range of consumer transactions. The settlement with the third-largest U.S. bank was announced on Friday by New York State Attorney General Barbara Underwood, whose office has led a probe by 41 states and Washington, D.C. of rate rigging by several banks. Citigroup did not admit or deny wrongdoing, and agreed to cooperate.
Citigroup Inc agreed to pay $100 million to settle charges by most U.S. states that it defrauded government and nonprofit entities by manipulating Libor, an interest rate benchmark that underlies a wide range of consumer transactions. The settlement with the third-largest U.S. bank was announced on Friday by New York State Attorney General Barbara Underwood, whose office has led a probe by 41 states and Washington, D.C. of rate rigging by several banks. Citigroup did not admit or deny wrongdoing, and agreed to cooperate.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc (C.N) has agreed to pay $100 million (75.3 million pounds) to settle charges by most U.S. states that it rigged the Libor benchmark interest rate to boost profit at the ...
Citigroup Inc. agreed to pay 42 states a combined $100 million to resolve a probe into fraudulent conduct tied to interest-rate manipulation that impacted financial instruments worth trillions of dollars. The settlement was announced Friday by several of the states, who alleged Citigroup misrepresented the integrity of the Libor benchmark to state and local governmental, not-for-profit organizations and institutional trading counterparties. “Our office has zero tolerance for fraudulent or manipulative conduct that undermines our financial markets,” New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood said in a statement.