NYSE Composite opens in less than one hour and Citigroup’s pre-market value is already 1.97% down.

The last session, NYSE Composite finished with Citigroup jumping 3.22% to $69.01. NYSE Composite jumped 0.41% to $15,044.38, following last session’s upward trend on what was a somewhat positive trend exchanging session.

Citigroup’s last close was $66.86, 19.01% below its 52-week high of $82.13.

Citigroup’s Sales

Citigroup’s sales growth is a negative 9.1% for the ongoing quarter and a decline by 13.9% for the next. The company’s growth estimates for the current quarter is a negative 37.7% and positive 64.8% for the next.

Citigroup’s Revenue

Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth declined by 6.1%, now sitting on 58.08B for the twelve trailing months.

Citigroup’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value

Citigroup’s stock is valued at $69.01 at 08:50 EST, way below its 52-week high of $82.13 and way higher than its 52-week low of $32.00.

Citigroup’s Moving Average

Citigroup’s worth is way higher than its 50-day moving average of $60.41 and way above its 200-day moving average of $51.17.

Volatility

Citigroup’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was 0.28%, 0.49%, and 0.61%, respectively.

Citigroup’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 1.86%, 2.75%, and 2.51%, respectively.

Previous days news about Citigroup

Nio stock pulls back after Citigroup downgrades on Tesla competition concerns. According to MarketWatch on Tuesday, 12 January, "Shares of Nio Inc. slipped 1.0% in premarket trading Tuesday, pulling back slightly after back-to-back record closes, after Citigroup analyst Jeff Chung backed away from his bullish stance on the China-based electric vehicle maker, citing concerns over competition from Tesla Inc. . "

Nio stock pulls back after a Citigroup downgrade over Tesla competition concerns. According to MarketWatch on Tuesday, 12 January, "Shares of Nio Inc. slipped 1.0% in premarket trading Tuesday, pulling back slightly after back-to-back record closes, after Citigroup analyst Jeff Chung backed away from his bullish stance on the China-based electric vehicle maker, citing concerns over competition from Tesla Inc. . "

Jane fraser puts mark on Citigroup with overhaul of wealth businesses. According to The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, 13 January, "Those offerings, which require a minimum balance of $50,000 in Citigroup accounts, generally served customers with as much as $10 million in assets.", "Until now, Citigroup ‘s private bank-which serves clients with more than $25 million in assets-was run by the bank’s institutional clients group. "

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