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Citigroup Inc. (C)

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47.86+1.51 (+3.26%)
At close: 04:03PM EDT
47.94 +0.08 (+0.17%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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Previous close46.35
Open45.56
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1000
Day's range45.53 - 48.26
52-week range45.40 - 74.64
Volume27,322,637
Avg. volume25,064,600
Market cap92.94B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.61
PE ratio (TTM)5.62
EPS (TTM)8.51
Earnings date15 Jul 2022
Forward dividend & yield2.04 (4.39%)
Ex-dividend date29 Apr 2022
1y target est64.44
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