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Citizens Financial Group Inc (CFG)

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citizens bank is one of the oldest and largest financial services firms in the united states. headquartered in providence, rhode island, where its roots date back to 1828, citizens offers retail and commercial banking products and services to individuals, small businesses, middle-market companies, large corporations and institutions. with award-winning mobile apps, robust online offerings, a 24/7 customer contact center, the convenience of approximately 3,200 atms and 1,200 branches in 11 states, citizens is helping retail customers bank better every day. citizens’ mortgage lending, auto lending, student lending and commercial banking businesses operate in select additional markets. citizens commercial banking offers its corporate, not-for-profit and institutional clients a broad range of wholesale banking products and services including treasury services, specialty finance, foreign exchange, capital markets and debt syndication. when you join citizens bank, you’ll find a customer-cent

Financial Statements

Key Info

  • Industry: Commercial Banking
  • Sector: Finance and Insurance
  • CEO Name: Bruce Winfield Van Saun

Key Statistics

  • Stock Price: $31.39
  • Dividend Yield: 5.3%
  • Market Capitalization: $14,102,181,665
  • Shares Outstanding: 458,756,723
  • Number of Employees: 21,348
  • Trailing 12-Month EPS: $3.13
  • Trailing 12-Month DPS: $1.64
  • Payout Ratio: 52.400000000000006%

Important Dates

  • Next Earnings Date: 2024-04-17
  • Next Ex-Dividend Date: 2024-01-30

Price Trends

  • Current Stock Price: $31.39
  • 52-week high: $39.05
  • 52-week low: $22.09
  • 200-day moving average: $28.39
  • 50-day moving average: $31.82

Performance

  • 1-Month Price Return: -7.3%
  • 3-Month Price Return: 17.1%
  • 6-Month Price Return: 15.8%
  • 1-Year Price Return: -22.0%
  • 2-Year Price Return: -35.9%
  • 5-Year Price Return: 4.4%

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