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Citigroup (C) declares $0.01/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield...

Citigroup (C) declares $0.01/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 0.14%. For shareholders of record Aug 06. Payable Aug 24. Ex-div date Aug 02. (PR)
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  • Okatie Jack
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    What's the point?
    14 Aug 2012, 05:24 PM Reply Like
  • No. 1 Trader
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    Yea what's the point? I can buy a lolipop with the check for my one million shares dividend.................
    14 Aug 2012, 06:15 PM Reply Like
  • Johann Galt
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    It's the thought that counts.
    14 Aug 2012, 08:08 PM Reply Like
  • bill d
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    They keep that $hit up and I'll have to find a tax shelter.
    14 Aug 2012, 09:25 PM Reply Like
  • Jack Strukel
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    No money for mom and pop shareholders, but soon the C treasury will be consumed in paying excessive bonuses to executives.
    The banking industry is leading the parade in terms of downgrading public faith in the corporate system. This nonsense that they cannot pay dividends because of regulator resistance is nonsense - if no money for shareholders, then no money or very restricted amount of money for executive bonuses, other compensation, and perks.
    14 Aug 2012, 11:46 PM Reply Like
  • Jack Strukel
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    Won't pay a reasonable dividend, but will give away the corporation treasury in bonuses to executives in a few months. Banks and their boards are beginning to represent all that is bad in corporate America and the world.
    14 Aug 2012, 11:46 PM Reply Like
  • No. 1 Trader
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    Well here's the deal:
    I'll be on the Board of Directors of your company and you be a Board of Directors of my company and we'll both vote each other huge bonuses and golden parachutes and there is nothing the shareholders can do about it. The shareholders invest in our company but we the CEO'S get to keep all the profits!
    15 Aug 2012, 10:56 AM Reply Like
  • bill d
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    I wouldn't be able to be on the Board - my parents were married and I have a reputation for being ethical.
    15 Aug 2012, 03:54 PM Reply Like
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