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Citigroup (C) Plans To Upsize Offers To Purchase Outstanding Notes

 December 10, 2012 09:51 AM
 


(By Balachander) Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) announced plans to upsize its offers to purchase twelve series of outstanding notes to up to $1.195 billion from $910 million, saying the move reflects its "continued robust liquidity provision."

Year-to-date, the bank has reduced its long-term debt by roughly $13.9 billion.

Citigroup said it will continue to consider opportunities to repurchase its long-term as well as short-term debt based on several factors. This includes including without limitation the economic value, potential impact on Citigroup's net interest margin and borrowing costs and the overall remaining tenor of its debt portfolio.

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The bank has retained its affiliate Citigroup Global Markets Inc. to serve as the dealer manager for the Offers.

Global Bondholder Services Corporation has been retained to serve as the depositary and information agent with respect to the notes.

Shares of the company shed 0.80 percent to trade at $37.34 on Monday. Over the past year, the stock has been trading between $24.40 and $38.72.

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