Citi: That Sinking Feeling

The banking giant's shares flounder after analysts downgrade the company, citing a lack of capital and exposure to shaky credit pools and subprime mortgages

For all its financial might, Citigroup (C) is undercapitalized according to some Wall Street analysts sounding fresh alarms about the banking behemoth's balance sheet. Citigroup shares tumbled nearly 7% on Nov. 1 after three analysts downgraded the company's stock.

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