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Citi Tumbles After CFO Warns Of $20 Billion Charge If Senate Tax Bill Passes

Citi stock tumbled, closing at session lows after the bank's CFO John Gerspach confirmed that the trading woes plaguing other banks would impact it as well, previewing Q4 trading as down "in the high teens." The percentage decline in trading revenue from a year earlier is largely driven by the bank’s fixed-income unit, Gerspach said on Wednesday at an investor conference in New York.
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