Today Anand discusses the upcoming earnings report (Monday, July 16, before market open) for banking giant Citigroup.
Citi's many different facets make it probably the toughest bank to keep a bead on, but analysts do expect an EPS of $0.92 for the second quarter, down from $1.09 for last year's second quarter.
More than the other big U.S. banks, including JPMorgan, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo, Citigroup has a true global presence. That's great in theory, but it also means we'll want to keep an eye on Citi's operations in Europe, where it does around 20% of its business.
In the video below, Anand explains what he'll be keeping an eye on at Citigroup.
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