More Layoffs Hit Goldman Sachs

Cuts in the trading and sales division come as the investment bank led by CEO Lloyd Blankfein grapples with a changing banking landscape.

A Wall Street Rally Without Bulls

Even as stocks pushed toward new heights in the past week, fewer big money managers considered themselves bullish on the course of the market.


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Goldman Faces Range Of Headwinds

Reporting a steep earnings drop for the first quarter, financial giant Goldman Sachs is feeling the pain in its investment banking and trading divisions.
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Goldman’s Profit Slumps Again

The financial giant reported declining profit for the fourth straight quarter as market volatility hit its bond-trading and investment banking businesses.

Goldman’s $1 Billion In Fine Print

This week’s settlement over mortgage-era misdeeds is supposed to penalize Goldman Sachs to the tune of $5.1 billion. The actual cost may be closer to $4 billion.