Citigroup announced Friday that its second quarter profits fell 37% as it continues to divest business units and reshape its organization.
The disappointing results, which beat analyst estimates, came a quarter after the New York-based banking company reported its strongest period in nearly three years, following the financial crisis which staggered, but didn't shutter, the company.
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