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November 14, 2012
07:01 EDTCCitigroup shareholders ask board to explore structural changes
Trillium Asset Management, on behalf of the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica, along with the AFSCME Employees Pension Plan recently filed a shareholder proposal with Citigroup asking the company's board of directors to explore a possible separation of one or more of its business units. Citigroup's shares have consistently traded below book value since late 2008, it failed the Federal Reserve's CCAR stress tests in March, and regulators continue to forbid it from returning significant capital to stockholders due to concerns over its financial stability.
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May 12, 2015
16:01 EDTCOptions Update; May 12, 2015
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14:13 EDTCBove says it may be time to buy bank stocks
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07:48 EDTCStandard & Poor's to hold a summit
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May 11, 2015
09:58 EDTCBarclays expected to pay GBP2B to settle forex rigging charges, FT says
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09:28 EDTCCiti says DOJ talks could include guilty plea on antitrust charge
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09:14 EDTCCiti says DOJ declined prosecution with respect to LIBOR
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08:18 EDTCBanks executives seek to push back on 'false, damaging' statements, WSJ reports
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May 10, 2015
20:03 EDTCCiti, JPMorgan, UBS consider exiting U.K., Financial Times says
Citi (C), JPMorgan (JPM), and UBS (UBS) are considering exiting their London operations due to the U.K.'s bank levy, reports the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter. There is particular focus among the banks to reduce repurchase agreements, said three senior industry figures. The Financial Times notes that the recent Conservative win could see political maneuvers to reduce or renegotiate the levy, potentially persuading the banks to stay. Reference Link
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