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TWM Today: Wall Street

|Includes: Citigroup Inc. (C), TM
Treasury Selling Some Citi ~ The U.S. Treasury Department announced it plans to sell roughly 7.7 billion Citigroup common shares this year. The Treasury received the shares as part of an agreement in 2009 that allowed the U.S. government to receive common shares in exchange for preferred stock. (Briefing)

The US on a Shopping Spree ~ Consumer spending in the U.S. rose in February for a fifth consecutive month, a rebound that may accelerate when employment strengthens.  (Bloomberg)

Toyota's February Not So Bleak ~ Toyota's global production rose 83% in February from the depths of the world economic slump a year earlier, but analysts expect it will be tough for the auto maker to keep up that rate amid major recalls. (WSJ)

Big Video Game Makers Losing to the Little Guys
~ The video game industry is in upheaval, as traditional console game sales are falling while newer forms of gaming, such as Facebook and iPhone games, are rising fast. (NASDAQ:CNBC)

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