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Citigroup, Inc. (C) stock information

Citigroup, Inc.

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Latest news about Citigroup, Inc.

Below you can find the most recent news posts about Citigroup, Inc., primarily from US and UK based news sources.

3 ways to cut through brain fog and stress onset by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a productivity expert

Monday, 25 May 2020, 13:30:00
Alain Hunkins , author of ” CRACKING THE LEADERSHIP CODE: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders, ” has designed and facilitated leadership seminars for major corporations including Walmart, General Motors, and Microsoft. People are experiencing allostatic load — the toll that chronic stress takes — onset by the coronavirus pandemic. He recommends people do three things to alleviate allostatic load’s effects: normalize your experience, exercise often, and regularize sleep patterns. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . When Suzanne got word that she’d be working from home in March, she was ecstatic. Suddenly, her commute time dropped from 75 minutes to 75 seconds. No more people stopping by her desk to ask her questions at random times. Finally, she’d make headway on the big projects that had been stuck on the back burner since last year. Fast forward two months, and those projects are still on the back burner. When asked to describe her work-from-home experience, Suzanne sums it up with one word: Exhausting.
— Business Insider

Market Crash Part 2 Is Coming — Here’s How I’d Prepare

Friday, 22 May 2020, 23:31:56
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— The Motley Fool Canada

Investors are clamoring for ‘pandemic bonds.’ Here’s how Wall Street banks are revamping their businesses and senior execs are devising ways to capture the surging demand.

Friday, 22 May 2020, 18:49:00
Investors have been eagerly buying up pandemic bonds — debt instruments directly financing efforts to fight Covid-19. Bonds tied to financing social projects like housing, healthcare, and education have long lagged beyond their environmental cousin, the green bond. But social bonds have surged in response to the coronavirus outbreak, and Wall Street is betting the enthusiasm for such products will increase over the long haul as a result. Wall Street banks in recent weeks have have unveiled new business units, appointed new leaders, and convened senior execs to devise ways to meet the growing demand for socially minded investments. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Investors are clamoring for ‘pandemic bonds’ linked to the coronavirus recovery effort, and Wall Street banks are preparing for a deluge of similar socially-minded financing opportunities in response to the pandemic. Investments that fund Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) projects have gained momentum in recent years — spurred on by shareholders, like BlackRock , that have demanded companies start accounting for their impact on society.
— Business Insider

Skip the Bear Market With This 4% Dividend Stock

Thursday, 21 May 2020, 17:48:22
Hydro One Ltd (TSX:H) is the perfect stock if you want to remain invested but wish to avoid the effects of another devastating bear market. The post Skip the Bear Market With This 4% Dividend Stock appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
— The Motley Fool Canada

‘All hands on deck:’ JPMorgan and Bank of America are reassigning staff to focus on troubled loans and companies amid a wave of pandemic-driven disruptions

Thursday, 21 May 2020, 15:27:02
Some of the largest US banks have been shifting employees into roles restructuring troubled loans, according to people with knowledge of their policies. Others are lending a hand with an influx of new loan requests, including credits for troubled companies seeking cash, some of the people said. “It’s all hands on deck and everyone is doing what they can,” one of the people said. Some of the employees had been working on examination activities, and got freed up when the Federal Reserve called a halt to some exams in late March. “The regulators don’t want regulation to be the excuse why banks aren’t doing their best to keep their employees safe, and help their customers and clients and counterparties work through these difficult times,” said PwC’s Adam Gilbert. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Some of the largest US banks have started shifting employees into restructuring roles as they take steps to handle a wave of troubled or defaulted loans, according to people with knowledge of their policies.
— Business Insider