New York (AFP) – Goldman Sachs reported a drop in fourth-quarter profits on Wednesday following a mixed performance in its operating businesses as it set aside $1.1 billion in anticipation of settlements in the 1MDB scandal.
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RBC ups its target on currently hot pharma giant Allergan (AGN). But Goldman Sachs counters with a demotion, causing the stock to crater.
Wall Street giveth and Wall Street taketh away. Right now, the Street taketh a lot, as wildly uneven trading, world events have put a lid on the Trump Rally.
Clinton's dream is open borders and Wall Street cash; Trump's dream is a warm, firm and compliant piece of—well, you know. This election is America's nightmare.
Oil price hit, interest rate uncertainty plus fears that Wall Street, Goldman Sachs and crony capitalist darling Hillary Clinton will lose 2016 election hit stocks, bonds hard.
Top Goldman Sachs employees barred from giving money to Trump and Pence. Clever GS verbiage makes sure Clinton and Kaine donations are permitted.
Fed Beige Book is on tap soon as most stocks mark time before traders decide to place new bets.
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Goldman Sachs surprised the street by making Apple a “conviction buy,” boosting the reluctant averages. Meanwhile, oil wobbles, but markets up (for now) awaiting Fed minutes.