report released Monday on the eve of Equal Pay Day ranks 46 of the world’s largest companies on their efforts to close persistent gender and racial pay gaps—and the results are dismal.

Half of all the companies flunked the pay equality test and only one, Citigroup Inc., earned an A grade, according to the report from investment advisory firm Arjuna Capital and Proxy Impact, a shareholder advocacy and proxy voting service.

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