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Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Citigroup Fintech Investments Growing Like Never Before - Banking Exchange#fintech 

Yesterday was the 11th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. Returns if you bought financial stocks at the close that day & held to today... JP Morgan: +321% S&P 500: +215% Wells Fargo: +109% Goldman Sachs: +88% Morgan Stanley: +68% Bank of America: +29% AIG: -20% Citigroup: -50%

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On this day in 2008: Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy Increase in valuations since then: JP Morgan +$245 billion Bank of America +$127 billion Wells Fargo +$102 billion Citigroup +$58 billion Morgan Stanley +$39 billion Goldman Sachs +$25 billion

Today is the 11th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. This is how stocks closed that day... S&P 500: -5% Wells Fargo: -10% JP Morgan: -10% Goldman Sachs: -12% Morgan Stanley: -14% Citigroup: -15% Bank of America: -21% AIG: -61% Lehman Brothers: -99.4%

Banks all but gave up on packaging mortgages into securities and selling them after the financial crisis. But now lenders like Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo are getting back in.

Banks all but gave up on packaging mortgages into securities and selling them after the financial crisis. But now lenders like Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo are getting back in.

Banks all but gave up on packaging mortgages into securities and selling them after the financial crisis. But now lenders like Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo are getting back in. via @WSJ 

Banks all but gave up on packaging mortgages into securities and selling them after the financial crisis. But now lenders like Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo are getting back in. via @WSJ 

Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Citigroup Fintech Investments Growing Like Never Before - Banking Exchange#fintech 

Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Citigroup Fintech Investments Growing Like Never Before - Banking Exchange#fintech 

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Today is the 10th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. This is how stocks closed on that day... S&P 500: -5% Wells Fargo: -10% JP Morgan: -10% Goldman Sachs: -12% Morgan Stanley: -14% Citigroup: -15% Bank of America: -21% Lehman Brothers: -99.4%

Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo have all seen their tax rates go from 30 to 22 percent thanks to Trump's tax scam. Our job: repeal it and tax Wall Street to cancel $1.6 trillion in student debt.

Increase in market valuation since Lehman Brothers collapse: JPMorgan Bank of America +$555 billion Citigroup (combined) Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley Facebook Apple +$3.9 trillion Amazon (combined) Netflix Google

Financials on pace for their worst year since 2011... JP Morgan: -3% US Bank: -6% BNY Mellon: -9% Bank of America: -16% Wells Fargo: -20% Morgan Stanley -21% Blackrock: -23% Citigroup: -23% Goldman Sachs: -30% AIG: -36%

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Today is the 10th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. Returns if you bought stocks at the close that day and held to today... JP Morgan: +285% S&P 500: +198% Wells Fargo: +126% Goldman Sachs: +93% Morgan Stanley: +75% Bank of America: +27% Citigroup: -51%

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After crashing the world economy and costing millions of Americans their jobs, Citigroup & Goldman Sachs took $3.7 trillion in taxpayer bailouts. Now, the GOP is giving them a $15.2 billion tax break.

Shy Ex-Citigroup Executive Struggling To Fit In With Popular Clique Of Ex–Goldman Sachs Executives At White House

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