Citizens Holding Company stock price, CIZN

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Citizens Holding Company close price: 24.07

Stock price forecast:

Total forecasts: 90
Reached: 0 (0.00%)

Total Win: 0.00 (0.00%)

DaysForecastsReached%Reached points%InvestedUnreached%Total%
909100.00%0.000.00%2,189.600.770.04%0.770.04%
303100.00%0.000.00%746.170.000.00%0.000.00%
141500.00%0.000.00%361.050.000.00%0.000.00%
7800.00%0.000.00%192.560.000.00%0.000.00%

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Date of ForecastStock PriceTarget PriceForecast Reached Date
2017-07-2424.0724.070000-00-00
2017-07-2324.0724.070000-00-00
2017-07-2224.0724.070000-00-00
2017-07-2124.0724.070000-00-00
2017-07-2024.0724.060000-00-00
2017-07-1924.0724.060000-00-00
2017-07-1824.0724.080000-00-00
2017-07-1724.0724.080000-00-00
2017-07-1624.0724.080000-00-00
2017-07-1524.0724.080000-00-00

Citizens Holding Company latest news:


  • 07/12/2017 13:51:26

    SEC charges 13 for telemarketing stock fraud targeting elderly

    The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday charged 13 individuals with fraud for alleged cold calling scams that took more than $10 million from more than one hundred victims using lies and high-pressure to sell penny stocks. The SEC alleged that sales personnel-some unregistered- used boiler room-style call centers to lie to and threaten victims - many of whom were senior citizens - into purchasing penny stocks. Victims were allegedly harassed and threatened when they complained about losses, according to the SEC's complaint. One sales representative allegedly said, "I am tired of hearing from you. Do you have any rope at home? If so tie a knot and hang yourself or get a gun and blow your head off." According to the SEC's complaint, telemarketers would direct victims to place trades and tell them how many shares to purchase and at what price and then placed opposing sell orders to dump their own shares. Victims lost millions of dollars, including retirement savings while the accused realized more than $14 million in illegal proceeds. SEC investigators learned of the alleged scheme from investor complaints and used technological tools and innovative investigative approaches to build evidence - within a matter of months from receiving the complaints - against the defendants who went to great lengths to evade detection. In a parallel action, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York announced criminal charges. In a speech on Wednesday to the Economic Club of New York, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton promised the agency would continue to prosecute stock scams, including those that target vulnerable seniors. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 07/11/2017 17:15:39

    Households due £285 rebate on fuel bills, says Citizens Advice

    The charity is accusing the regulator Ofgem of being too soft on network operators

  • 06/29/2017 17:06:24

    Citizens Advice warning over 'phantom goods' scams

    Cars, flights, and insurance are sold at bargain prices online, but some do not exist so buyers lose out.

  • 06/22/2017 01:18:40

    European stocks face third straight loss as oil shares slump

    European stocks lost ground Thursday, with the oil and gas sector lower as crude prices languished in a bear market. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.3% to 387.40, on track for a third straight session of declines. Oil prices were back in focus, extending losses from Wednesday, when they dropped to their lowest in 10 months. European oil and gas stocks overall gave up 1.2% on Thursday. On major benchmarks, the U.K.'s FTSE 100 moved lower by 0.4% to 7,417.03. France's CAC 40 was off 0.4% at 5,253.47, and Germany's DAX 30 shed 0.3% at 12,733.72. Biggest decliner on the Stoxx 600 was oil producer Tullow Oil PLC as shares fell 2.8%, while Swedish engineering firm Alfa Laval AB topped the index by rising 3.2%. Late Thursday, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is expected in Brussels to present Britain's plans for European Union citizens living in the U.K. as part of Brexit negotiations. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 06/19/2017 10:30:47

    Historical Data Helps Citizens Bank Improve 84-Month Loan Performance

    Citizen Bank has accumulated a broad historical data set of its 84-month loan product, which has allowed it to become “one of our better performing segments,” Craig Lamp, the bank’s head of auto lending, told Auto Finance News. “If you look at our data, we have been making 84-month loansRead More

  • 06/14/2017 17:00:54

    EU mobile roaming charges scrapped

    New rules mean EU citizens can call, text and browse the internet for the same price they pay at home.

  • 06/14/2017 07:42:03

    Citizens to Refresh Originations Platform

    Citizens One Auto Finance is “refreshing” its originations platform to speed the credit approval process and improve communications with dealer partners, Craig Lamp, Citizens Bank’s head of auto lending, told Auto Finance News. The process of improving the platform is underway now and is expected to be completed by mid-2018,Read More

  • 06/05/2017 00:53:08

    Qatar calls 4 Arab nations' decision a 'violation of its sovereignty,' vows to citizens it won't affect them

    Qatar calls 4 Arab nations' decision a 'violation of its sovereignty,' vows to citizens it won't affect them.

  • 05/25/2017 17:21:21

    Trapped in debt

    China is investing billions in Sri Lanka, but many local citizens feel the country is being sold to the Chinese.

  • 05/25/2017 03:53:35

    Net migration to the UK falls to 248,000 in 2016

    More EU citizens left the UK, and fewer came, after the Brexit vote, new figures show.

  • 05/17/2017 14:56:49

    Dow, S&P 500 notch worst daily tumble in 8 months, as Trump worries rattle Wall Street

    The U.S. stock market Wednesday booked its worst daily decline in months, as concerns about President Donald Trump's FBI controversy weighed on investor sentiment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 1.8% at 20,606, its sharpest decline since Sept. 9, according to FactSet data. The S&P 500 index ended off 1.8% at 2,357, also marking its worst daily drop since Sept. 9. Meanwhile, the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index coughed up 2.6% at 6,011, its steepest one-day fall since June 24, the day after U.K. citizens voted to exit from the European Union. The downdraft came on a so-called risk-off day for Wall Street, in which haven assets like the 10-year Treasury note [BX: TMUBMUSD10Y] drew bidders and pushed yields, which move inversely to prices, firmly lower. The 10-year Treasury note was off 10 basis points at 2.22%, and gold futures , another flight-to-safety security, settled sharply higher at $1,258.70 an ounce, representing its highest level in May. Weakness came after the New York Times late Tuesday reported that Trump in February asked the then–director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey, to stop his investigation into former national-security adviser Michael Flynn. The report cited a memo from Comey. That has raised questions about the president's ability to pursue the pro-market policies whose prospects for implementation have driven stocks to record levels. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 05/17/2017 14:26:00

    Dow notches worst daily tumble in 8 months, as Trump worries rattle Wall Street

    The U.S. stock market Wednesday booked its worst daily decline in months, as concerns about President Donald Trump's FBI controversy weighed on investor sentiment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.8% at 20,606, its sharpest decline since Sept. 9, according to FactSet data. The S&P 500 index ended off 1.8% at 2,357, marking its worst daily drop since Sept. 9. Meanwhile, the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index coughed up 2.6% at 6,011, its steepest one-day fall since June 24, the day after U.K. citizens voted to exit from the European Union. The downdraft came on a so-called risk-off day for Wall Street, in which haven assets like the 10-year Treasury note [BX: TMUBMUSD10Y] drew bidders and pushed yields, which move inversely to prices, firmly lower. The 10-year Treasury note was off 10 basis points at 2.22%, and gold futures , another flight-to-safety security, settled sharply higher at $1,258.70 an ounce, representing its highest level in May. Weakness came after the New York Times late Tuesday reported that Trump in February asked the then–director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey, to stop his investigation into former national-security adviser Michael Flynn. The report cited a memo from Comey. That has raised questions about the president's ability to pursue the pro-market policies whose prospects for implementation have driven stocks to record levels. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 05/17/2017 10:25:12

    Brazilian YouTube stars' zany investment lessons

    A number of popular Brazilian YouTube stars are using zany methods to teach fellow citizens about finance.

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