WASHINGTON - billion of senior and subordinated notes. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Citicorp said it may also offer preferred stock, depositary shares, common stock, warrants, and capital securities. The money-center bank's most recent prior shelf filing was two years ago, for $3 billion. At that time, however, the company had $3 billion of outstanding shelf capacity, indicating that the $5.5 billion is in line with its usual needs.
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