Vote Now! Will Citigroup Earnings Meet, Beat, Miss

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Bank stocks will be in focus again on Monday, with Citigroup scheduled to release first-quarter earnings.

On Friday, two big banks reported better-than-expected profits.

JPMorgan Chase posted first-quarter earnings of $1.59 a share, topping a $1.39 Street estimate. The majority (64 percent) of our "Armchair Analysts" who voted and tested out their forecasting skills thought JPMorgan would beat expectations.

The other bank to report earnings Friday was Wells Fargo, which also beat on the bottom-line with earnings of $0.92 a share, two cents above consensus estimates.

(Watch: Breaking Down JPMorgan and Wells Fargo Earnings)

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So now, as investors look forward to Citigroup Monday, it's your turn to vote on whether the company will meet, beat, or miss current earnings expectations.

Think being a Wall Street analyst is easy? Try your hand and take the poll on our Facebook page. Results will be revealed on "Squawk Box" Monday morning after Citi reports its earnings, which analysts expect to come in at $1.17 a share.

(Vote Now! Will Citigroup Meet, Beat, or Miss Earnings Estimates)

By CNBC's Matthew J. Belvedere; Follow him on Twitter @Matt_SquawkCNBC