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Citigroup next in the legal line of fire

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Much to the relief of JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Citigroup (C) is poised to be the next target of legal and regulatory scrutiny. Bloomberg has more: 

Citigroup’s $5 billion estimate of potential legal costs that weren’t covered by reserves at midyear is second only to JPMorgan, Charles Peabody of Portales said yesterday in a Bloomberg Radio interview. That shows Citigroup may be bracing for more legal challenges, Peabody said.

“It’s very conceivable that Citigroup will be next in the firing line,” Peabody said. “Their litigation costs have been accelerating faster than anyone else’s.” Citigroup is the third-largest U.S. bank by assets and JPMorgan is ranked first. Both are based in New York.

Source: Bloomberg
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