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Can Citi stand on its own?
The government is shedding its stake, the economy is sputtering, and managers are mixed about whether to buy or sell.
By Anastasia Donde The government bailout powered financial stocks in 2009 and led to big gains for hedge funds confident enough to bet on a recovery. But with the U.S. Treasury selling its stakes in banks like Citigroup and the economy teetering, is the trade over? No way, say those who argue
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