Citi removed from Wells' Priority list

Concerns about the slow-motion meltdown in emerging markets have Wells Fargo removing Ciitgroup (C -0.4%) from its Priority List, but the team maintains an Outperform on the stock thanks to continued progress towards a 10%+ ROTCE by mid-2015, resilient (they've stopped tumbling) interest margins, and improved capital returns, not to mention an attractive valuation.

However, says analyst Matthew Burnell, emerging markets account for half of Citi's franchise. "While the individual impact of such potential events appears manageable, collectively they could present a material headwind to EPS in the near term."

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  • bdubya13
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    Nice way if saying "train wreck" run for the hills!
    30 Jan 2014, 11:11 AM Reply Like
  • DeepValueLover
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    $13.91 billion in net income


    Price to book value of 0.74


    Price to earnings growth ratio: 0.1353


    No, I think Citi is going to be just fine.
    30 Jan 2014, 12:26 PM Reply Like
  • Red Lion
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    Why would Wells Fargo remove Citi from its priority list at the precise time that investors should be accumulating C shares?
    30 Jan 2014, 10:54 PM Reply Like
  • rkaranjai
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    Underestimating the strength of the emerging market is where Goldman Sachs is wrong and the Viking Skagen is right.God bless
    31 Jan 2014, 01:08 AM Reply Like
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    1) 2013 earnings 13.8 B, Q4: 2.6 B,strong balance sheet.
    2) 2014 funding plans.
    3) Basel III tier one common ratio of 10.5%, high quality liquid assets .
    4) P/E:10.48, EPS:4.42, Div & Yield: 0.04 (0.10%).
    4 Feb 2014, 08:47 AM Reply Like
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