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  • Citigroup to Boost Number of Japan Branches by 40% Wednesday, 11 Jul 2007 | 6:13 AM ET

    Citigroup plans to boost the number of its branch locations in Japan by 40% to about 200, including those of recently acquired brokerage Nikko Cordial, as the financial firm looks to move beyond a niche role in the world's second-largest economy.

  • CNBC's Domm: Today's Agenda in the Markets Tuesday, 10 Jul 2007 | 8:54 AM ET

    The market is on Fed watch today as traders await a speech by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke on inflation. Stocks are weaker ahead of the open this morning after some negative earnings news. European markets are trading lower and Asia was mixed overnight.

  • Cramer's Wall of Shame: The New Inductees Thursday, 5 Jul 2007 | 6:59 PM ET

    It has been almost a year since this Mad Money institution first aired, and now it's time to shake things up. Say hello to three new members.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.

  • Cramer's Wall of Shame Thursday, 5 Jul 2007 | 6:58 PM ET

    Here it is, Jim's list of the worst CEOs in the biz. It takes years of hard work and peerless incompetence to make the cut. Well done, people.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.

  • Any number of things, from energy prices to Fed policy to geopolitical events, could derail what's expected to be a solid second half.

  • Subprime Loans: Buyer's Remorse Hitting Home? Monday, 2 Jul 2007 | 1:11 PM ET
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    A really interesting report out from Karen Weaver, et al, at Deutsche bank does a great job of showing how the national home price “decline” number means absolutely nothing to the greater housing market. It’s a number that all you bloggers out there claim we in the main stream media like to throw around to try to scare everyone, and let’s face it, it drives the hype. But this report shows how local large MSA’s are ground zero for price corrections thanks to a change in the profile of the subprime borrower.

  • China Hits Banks over ‘Hot Money’: FT Thursday, 28 Jun 2007 | 12:58 AM ET

    Ten international banks, including HSBC and Standard Chartered, have been punished by China’s foreign exchange regulator for breaching strict capital controls, the FT reported.

  • Australia Court Drops Citigroup Charges Wednesday, 27 Jun 2007 | 11:34 PM ET

    The Australian Branch of Citigroup, the world's largest financial institution, was cleared Thursday of insider trading and conflict of interest charges brought by the country's competition watchdog.

  • Citi in Talks to Buy Electronic Trading Firm: WSJ Wednesday, 27 Jun 2007 | 3:57 AM ET

    Citigroup is in advanced talks to buy Automated Trading Desk, an electronic trading firm, for about $700 million, The Wall Street Journal Online reported on Tuesday.

  • The cell phone does it all: You can take pictures, send emails, play music and watch TV. Now, you can add banking to that list.  That's because some of the largest U.S. banks -- Bank of America, Citibank, Wachovia, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo, and ING Direct – are launching mobile banking services that give you access to your accounts wherever you are. 

  • The Week on Wall Street: Headwinds Friday, 22 Jun 2007 | 6:10 PM ET

    Stocks ended the week lower as investors were rattled by rising energy prices and worries about the potential fallout from two struggling mortgage securities funds managed by Bear Stearns.

  • Earlier this week, we told the tale of your Breaking News producer (yours truly) nearly being run over by the “Hucky Express” -- as pharmaceuticals reporter Mike Huckman raced over with breaking news. Thursday, it was the ”Faber Flyer” that nearly knocked me over -- as David Faber found out that CNBC's parent company General Electric had dropped out of any potential bids for Dow Jones. ... Also: CNBC's Charlie Gasparino scores the second scoop.

  • REITs: Get In? Get Out? Stay Put?? Thursday, 21 Jun 2007 | 2:37 PM ET
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    In researching and conducting interviews on the REIT story I’m doing today in TV land, I’m struck by the vast disconnect between how well commercial real estate is actually doing and the expectations for REIT returns this year. “We don’t see REITs getting to a new high this year- I think they’re probably going to test some new lows. And they could sit at discounts to their underlying asset values," says Citigroup REIT analyst Michael Bilerman.

  • KKR May Launch IPO Later This Year: CNBC's Gasparino Thursday, 21 Jun 2007 | 1:51 PM ET

    Kohlberg Kravis Roberts may soon follow Blackstone Group in launching an intitial public offering, CNBC's Charlie Gasparino reported.  The buyout firm has hired Morgan Stanley  and Citigroup  as possible underwriters for the IPO. “They’re leaning that way,” Gasparino said. “Everybody is watching the Blackstone IPO. If this goes, you’ll see a bunch of other firms jump in.”

  • Nuveen Investments Agrees to $5.75 Billion Buyout  Wednesday, 20 Jun 2007 | 1:42 PM ET

    Asset manager Nuveen Investments, the industry's biggest manager of closed-end mutual funds, has agreed to a $5.75 billion buyout by an investor group led by private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners LLC, the companies said on Wednesday.

  • Citigroup Keen to Sell Stake in India BPO Arm: Paper Tuesday, 19 Jun 2007 | 3:57 AM ET

    Citigroup is keen on selling 80% of its business process outsourcing (BPO) arm in India for $700-$750 million, the Mint said on Tuesday, on the heels of Blackstone's acquisition of a back-office firm.

  • The Supreme Court handed Wall Street underwriters a major victory Monday by ruling that an antitrust lawsuit against them over the pricing of initial public stock offerings (IPOs) cannot go forward.

  • There are ways to play the stock market when interest rates are rising, analysts say, but investors should proceed with caution. "The market doesn't normally do well with rising interest rates, so a more defensive posture is in order," Bruce Bittles, chief investment strategist at Robert W. Baird, told CNBC.com."

  • Citigroup's Weill Shows Giving Is "Feel Good Science" Friday, 15 Jun 2007 | 11:53 AM ET
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    Citigroup Chairman Sandy Weill told our Mary Thompson this week that people should start giving their money away even before they have a lot of it. Ok, that's a great idea, though it's a bit easy for him to say. Weill and his wife have generously donated $250 million to Weill Cornell Medical College, and he feels passionate about it. Now we have the scientific proof behind that passion.

  • "Flamed" Again!! Thursday, 14 Jun 2007 | 2:29 PM ET
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    Hi again, everyone. I've been remiss in not getting your comments on the blog with some of my responses, but yesterday's post about Apple shares brought an unusually high response. Both in the blog, and on my company email. In the media business, we have a term for the Mac (now iPod) faithful when we write or report some less-than-flattering comments and angles to the Apple story. We call it, "getting flamed."