Goldman's At $143, Citi's At $3.65

The banks have generally been rallying since early March. So which one of these price levels, Goldman Sachs (GS) at $143 or Citigroup (C) below $4 is more remarkable?

We’re not quite sure.

They’re both mindblowing in their own way.

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