On Tuesday, Shares of Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C), added 1.41% and closed at $55.45 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $53.71 and $55.47. Citi declared sweeping enhancements to its retail bank and investment offerings in the U.S. to meet clients’ evolving financial needs and to align with its distinctive global offerings.
Citibank is introducing an improved Citigold experience that offers clients a personalized, tailored level of service, exclusive benefits, and the world-class investment capabilities of Citi Personal Wealth Administration. At the same time, Citi is introducing Citi Priority, a new value proposition that includes on-demand financial guidance, digital tools and an improved level of benefits.
“Citibank is introducing a suite of enhancements that deliver a new level of service, value, guidance and benefits so that we can be even more responsive to our clients’ financial needs,” said Will Howle, Head of U.S. Retail Banking at Citi. “The refined Citigold experience and the launch of Citi Priority reinforce our commitment to providing clients with best-in-class offerings and experiences whenever and wherever they need them.”
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), dropped -0.17% and closed at $12.04 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $11.95 and $12.14. The company’s Market capitalization is $46.99 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 3.90 Billion. An evening of food, film and Hollywood heritage is on tap for invited guests as The Lincoln Motor Company celebrates creativity, originality, and the arrival of the highly anticipated 2017 Lincoln Continental.
Tasting Table, a multimedia content provider for culinary enthusiasts, is collaborating with Lincoln and Rooftop Cinema Club to transform the rooftop of the iconic Montalban Theater in Hollywood for a special screening celebrating food in film during the Los Angeles Auto Show. Two Lincoln Continental sedans will be on display in front of the theater; guests will be invited to learn more about the car and the Lincoln brand.
The event will feature a screening of the critically acclaimed movie “Chef,” which tells the story of a Los Angeles chef who quits his position at a prominent restaurant to launch a food truck business – eventually reigniting his passion for cooking and zest for life.
Hancock Holding Company (NASDAQ:HBHC), jumped 1.41% and closed at $39.65 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $37.90 and $40.47. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $20.01 and reached to max level of $40.47. Hancock Holding Company operates as the bank holding company for Whitney Bank that provides a range of community banking services to commercial, small business, and retail customers. The company offers various deposit products, counting noninterest-bearing demand deposits, interest-bearing transaction accounts, savings accounts, money market deposit accounts, and time deposit accounts. It also provides commercial loans, such as commercial non-real estate, construction and land development, and commercial real estate loans; residential mortgage consisting of fixed-rate and adjustable-rate home loans; and consumer loans comprising second mortgage home loans, home equity lines of credit, and non-residential consumer purpose loans, which include direct and indirect loans made to finance automobiles, recreation vehicles, boats, and other personal and deposit account secured loans. In addition, the company offers treasury administration services, investment brokerage services, letters of credit and financial guarantees, and revolving credit facilities, in addition to online banking services. Further, it provides trust and investment administration services to retirement plans, corporations, and individuals, in addition to offers annuity products. In Addition To, the company provides insurance agency services, discount investment brokerage services, life insurance, and consumer financing services, in addition to operates and sells foreclosed assets. It operates about 238 full service banking and financial services offices and 273 automated teller machines in south Mississippi; southern and central Alabama; southern Louisiana; the northern, central, and Panhandle regions of Florida; and Houston, Texas under the Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank brand names, in addition to operates a loan production office in Nashville, Tennessee.