• Financials, proceed with caution: Pro     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 3:49 PM ET

    Anthony Chan, Chase, and Andrew Ahrens, Ahrens Investment Partners, discuss the best way to play current market action in the energy and financial space.

  • Citi not overvalued: Pro     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 3:16 PM ET

    Debating Citi's valuation and if the stock is a buy after reporting better than expected earnings, with Michael Farr, Farr, Miller and Washington, and David Nelson. Belpointe Asset Management.

  • *Gold posts biggest one-day drop since early December. NEW YORK/ LONDON, July 14- Gold slid 2.4 percent on Monday, its biggest one-day drop since early December, as fading fears over Portugal's banking sector and a gain in U.S. equities prompted investors to take profits after bullion's rally to 3-1/ 2 month highs last week.

  • Why shorting the yen could still work Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 1:49 PM ET
    Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan, speaks at the central bank's headquarters in Tokyo, June 13, 2014.

    With the U.S. and Japanese central banks in the spotlight, it's time to look at the prospects for the Japanese yen, which is stronger this year.

  • July 14- Citigroup Inc said on Monday that quarterly earnings fell 96 percent, hurt largely by a $7 billion mortgage settlement, but also by declining income in most of its main businesses including stock trading and retail banking. Citigroup shares rose 3.7 percent to $48.74.

  • LONDON, July 14- A ripple of financial contagion from a troubled Portuguese bank and a warning that markets have got way ahead of the sluggish economies that underpin them have fired up new debate about an appropriate policy response. That warning gained potency when troubles at Portugal's largest listed bank prompted a worldwide market sell-off last week.

  • *Concerns ease over Portugal's top bank. Yellen, who will go before the Senate Banking Committee early Tuesday to deliver the latest report to Congress on monetary policy, could take a hawkish stance on raising interest rates in response to strong June jobs data, analysts said.

  • Pro: Still like JPMorgan over Citi     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 10:05 AM ET

    Digging into Citigroup's strong earnings, and what its $7 billion settlement with the DOJ means for the bank, with David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors CIO. Katz explains why he is focused on lower risk financials.

  • Close look at Citi's settlement     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 10:03 AM ET

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on Citigroup's $7 billion payout to the Justice Department.

  • Cramer's advice to Citi     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 9:01 AM ET

    Citigroup reported $1.24 earnings per share in Q2, beating Wall Street's estimates. CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his analysis of the company's profits.

  • Citi by the numbers     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 8:32 AM ET

    David Hilder, Drexel-Hamilton banking analyst, breaks down Citi's Q2 results, and weighs in on its $7 billion settlement with the U.S. government over shoddy mortgage-back securities.

  • Done deal: Citi in US mortgage settlement for $7B Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 8:28 AM ET

    Citigroup will pay $7 billion to settle a U.S. Justice Department investigation into subprime mortgages.

  • Tech earnings take center stage Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 6:47 AM ET

    Earnings from some of the biggest U.S. tech companies will be in the spotlight this week, giving investors a chance to evaluate the sector's health.

  • Jim Sinegal, associate director of equity analysis at Morningstar, discusses Citigroup ahead of the bank's earnings and highlights that the group has "so many problems to deal with".

  • *Bank of Japan, China data feature this week. LONDON, July 14- The dollar edged up against the yen on Monday, though stayed well within recent ranges, as investors awaited Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony for cues on the outlook for U.S. monetary policy.

  • *Bank of Japan, ZEW, China data, earnings feature this week.

  • Citi, US $7B settlement expected Monday Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 1:20 AM ET

    Citigroup agreed to pay $7 billion to resolve an investigation into mortgage-backed securities they sold in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.

  • Grumbling foreign banks bend to US rules Sunday, 13 Jul 2014 | 7:39 PM ET

    Financiers are grumbling that the U.S. is acting like an imperial power in punishing foreign banks for dealings beyond U.S. territory.

  • NEW YORK, July 13- Citigroup agreed to pay $7 billion to resolve a U.S. government investigation into shoddy mortgage-backed securities the bank sold in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis in a settlement set to be announced on Monday, sources said.

  • LONDON/ HONG KONG, July 13- Financiers may grumble that the United States is acting like an imperial power in punishing foreign banks for dealings far beyond U.S. territory, but in the end they are more likely to bow to Washington than kick against its dollar muscle.

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