The citi trend shows that the trend of citi points is becoming a global phenomenon.
Citi Trends, which tracks the trend data from banks and other financial institutions, says that there are more than 2.5 billion citi-points in circulation globally.
That number is expected to grow to about 5.5 trillion citipoints in 2021.
In India, the trend is even bigger.
According to data from Credit Suisse, the country has over 2.7 trillion citibanks.
This number will grow to 5.9 trillion in 2021, the bank predicts.
Citibank has a good track record in India.
It has seen its share of the market in citi bank accounts increase from 2% in 2011 to 12% in 2017.
It also has a strong reputation in the region for being one of the leading banks in India for a number of years.
The bank is expected in the next two years to add more than 1,000 new branches in the country.
According the data, over 80% of citius points in circulation in India are in the form of a prepaid card.
The new trend also highlights how citi’s credit growth has become increasingly popular among younger consumers.
According to Citi Trends data, the percentage of younger consumers who have used a citi credit card has grown from 8% in 2015 to 13% in 2021 (the data covers the first five months of the year).
This trend is expected continue for the next three years, as the company has plans to expand its presence in India to become the country’s second-largest credit card market, after the US.
The growth in ci points in India is also expected to be followed by the US credit card industry.
Citi is expected by analysts to overtake Visa as the world’s third-largest card issuer by 2021.
This will allow it to further increase its presence globally.
In the US, Citi expects credit card usage to continue to grow at about the same rate.
According the analysts, the US will overtake Japan as the largest credit card user country by 2021, followed by France.
Citibanked will also expand its service offering in the US and Asia to be able to reach more Americans who would otherwise be stuck in a cash-only society.