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64.74+1.58 (+2.50%)
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前收市價63.16
開市63.26
買盤64.58 x 900
賣出價64.68 x 1800
今日波幅63.20 - 64.88
52 週波幅38.17 - 64.88
成交量10,883,059
平均成交量14,294,685
市值123.488B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.48
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)18.87
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)3.43
業績公佈日2024年7月12日
遠期股息及收益率2.12 (3.27%)
除息日2024年5月03日
1 年預測目標價66.75
  • CNN Business

    Fat-finger trade? Citigroup fined for nearly dumping $189 billion of stocks by accident

    UK regulators slapped a combined £62 million ($79 million) fine on Citigroup Wednesday for failures in its trading systems that almost resulted in stocks worth $189 billion being dumped onto European markets.

  • Bloomberg

    Citi Fined £62 Million After UK Trader Triggered Flash Crash

    (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc. was fined £61.6 million ($79 million) by UK regulators for failures after a London staffer’s fat-finger trade caused a flash crash in European stocks in 2022. Most Read from BloombergOne Dead After Singapore Air Flight Hit By Severe TurbulenceThese Flight Routes Suffer the World’s Worst Turbulence‘It Felt Like We Had Crashed’: Singapore Air Passenger Describes Turbulence TerrorBarclays Managers Warn Some Staff to Prepare for Five Days a Week in OfficeThe Wall Street

  • Reuters

    Citi fined $79 million by UK regulators over 'fat-finger' failures

    LONDON (Reuters) -UK regulators fined Citigroup 61.6 million pounds ($78.5 million) for controls failings in its trading operations, one of the biggest sanctions for systems breaches, which in one case saw the Wall Street firm cause a sudden fall in European stocks. The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the markets watchdog, both probed and fined Citigroup over the failings that spanned from April 2018 through May 2022, they said in a statement on Wednesday outlining the findings of the investigation. The bank's London unit, Citigroup Global Markets Limited (CGML), had a series of failings that "crystallised into trading incidents", the most striking of which was a mistaken $444 billion order in May 2022.