Die Citigroup (eine der vier größten US-Banken) hat vor wenigen Minuten Quartalszahlen veröffentlicht. Hier die wichtigsten Eckdaten. Der Umsatz liegt bei 20,14 Milliarden Dollar (Vorjahresquartal 18,51/für heute erwartet 19,32). Der Gewinn pro Aktie liegt bei 1,63 Dollar pro Aktie (Vorjahresquartal 1,63/für heute erwartet 1,21). Die Aktie der Citigroup notiert aktuell in der Vorbörse mit +2,4 %.
CEO-Kommentar: Citi CEO Jane Fraser said, Despite the headwinds, our five core, interconnected businesses each posted revenue growth resulting in overall growth of 9%. Services, our fastest growing business, grew by 13% with Treasury and Trade Solutions having its best quarter in a decade. Markets was up 10% driven by strength in Fixed Income. Banking activity played to our mix and grew 17%, bolstered by a rebound in debt issuance and some signs of life in the equity capital markets. U.S. Personal Banking also had double-digit revenue growth while a continued deceleration in spending indicates an increasingly cautious consumer. And Wealth revenues grew as the business continues to win new mandates and acquire new clients.
Our CET1 ratio grew to 13.5% which is $14 billion above our current regulatory minimum after returning $1.5 billion to our shareholders through common dividends and share repurchases. Our discipline of growing operating deposits has enabled us to maintain a stable deposit base. Taken with our high-quality asset portfolio, strong reserve levels, ample liquidity and diversified earnings base, we are proving to our clients that we truly are a bank for all seasons. Last month we announced consequential changes that align our organizational structure with our strategy and changes how we run the bank. When completed, we will have a simpler firm that can operate faster, better serve our clients and unlock value for our shareholders concluded.
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