Citigroup Stock Is the Cheapest of the Big Banks. It’s Ready to Take Off.

Text size Even Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has been buying Citi stock, a vote of confidence if there ever was one. Mario Tama / Getty Images Bank stocks have gotten hit as concerns about the US economy have grown. They’re starting to look like bargains, and none more so than Citigroup . The SPDR S&P … Read more

How to Invest Your Cash for the Best Yields, Without Too Much Risk

Inflation is stubbornly high and interest rates on savings accounts aren’t anywhere close to keeping pace. While the yield on a two-year Treasury is now 3.28%, up from just 0.17% a year ago, the average savings account is barely in positive territory at just 0.07%, according to personal-finance website Bankrate. For investors hanging onto cash, … Read more

Mexican Lender Is Battered by Missing Money, Hidden Losses

Real CREAL Credit -10.15% built a booming business lending at high interest rates to Mexican teachers and other government workers. The loans were paid back through payroll deduction, reducing the risk of nonpayment. Now it is planning to file for bankruptcy in Mexico after it has faced growing skepticism over how it has been reporting … Read more

Berkshire Hathaway: Live Coverage of the Annual Shareholders Meeting

OMAHA, Neb. — The Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting returned to a live, in-person format for 2022, after a two-year pandemic hiatus moved the so-called “Woodstock for Capitalists” online. Warren Buffett addressed the company’s massive stock purchases in the first quarter, the performance of its collection of businesses, and added his signature folksy anecdotes and … Read more

Why this Ex-Goldman banker pivoted his startup from sport to racial inequality

Asked what he thinks the City should do to tackle racial inequality in the workplace, Nii Cleland, a former Goldman Sachs banker and co-founder of Flair Impact, has plenty of answers. In 2020, as the murder of George Floyd sparked global protests, Cleland and his cousin, Darrell Coker, watched corporations put out their responses. As … Read more