After the bank's CEO resigned, its reputational value got a boost.
Standard & Poor's analysts see heightened default probability from the Volcker Rule.
There are still plenty of trader CEOs left in finance, even if Wall Street has been overrun by risk managers.
Regulators wanted to see someone new, and the Citigroup board gave it to them.
Even as earnings are recovering, the ROE remains underwhelming at best, dismal at worst.
The company's controversial acquisitions of Merrill Lynch and Countrywide are still dragging down its numbers.
To appreciate what's ahead for JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Citigroup and the industry, you must look for clues in balance sheets.
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