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Citigroup Shares Jump On Plan To Return $18.9 Billion To Shareholders

Citigroup saw its shares jump the most among the largest U.S. banks over trading on Thursday after the Fed cleared its plan to return up to $18.9 billion to shareholders over the next four quarters – almost 80% higher than the $10.4 billion from its previous capital plan.
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