Citigroupcame in at $0.15 a share for Q3 on a GAAP basis, beating analyst estimates after adjustments boosted that figure to $1.06 a share. That's just one thing to like from the bank's earnings report. In the preceding video, Fool.com analyst Anand Chokkavelu delves deeper and looks at additional bright spots in Citigroup's Q3 data, including year-end goals, tangible book value per share, and some good news about Citi Holdings assets.
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