GE's Breakup Case and Citi's Fourth-Quarter Fail: Charts

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GE's Breakup Case and Citi's Fourth-Quarter Fail: Charts
GE's Breakup Case and Citi's Fourth-Quarter Fail: Charts
GE's Breakup Case and Citi's Fourth-Quarter Fail: Charts
GE's Breakup Case and Citi's Fourth-Quarter Fail: Charts

And don't miss Nir Kaissar on the hidden conflicts of discount brokers: "...the conflicts are buried in fine print on their websites. Discount brokers don’t require their representatives to talk about pay incentives with clients, according to the Journal, and for good reason. Investors are more likely to buy investment products from “financial consultants” -- as some discount brokers call their representatives -- who purport to act in their best interests than from salespeople who push investments that are most lucrative for the firm and themselves."

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Max Nisen is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering biotech, pharma and health care. He previously wrote about management and corporate strategy for Quartz and Business Insider.

To contact the author of this story: Max Nisen in New York at mnisen@bloomberg.net.

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