Stocks took an early dive today, as investors digested a bleak GDP report and Citigroup’s new rescue package, the Wall Street Journal reports. The Dow tumbled about 125 points, while the S&P lost 2%. The Nasdaq dropped 1.1%. Citigroup shares plummeted 31% after it announced a deal that would leave the government owning more than a third of the company—and wipe out three-quarters of existing shareholders’ stake. That pessimism dragged other banks down, too; Bank of America is down about 16%.