Does a New CEO Mean a New Direction for Citigroup?

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The video above is from Tuesday's MarketFoolery podcast, featuring host Chris Hill and analysts Joe Magyer and Bill Mann. In this segment, the guys discuss news that one day after reporting earnings, Citigroup (NYS: C) CEO Vikram Pandit resigned. Click play to hear the guys' analysis of opportunities that new CEO Michael Corbat could explore, and why they believe he's got an easy act to follow.

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