The bank, like other Wall Street firms, has been focusing on cutting costs amid concerns about slowing growth.
“We have not made any changes to our real estate requirements in Frankfurt as a result of the referendum result,” Goldman said in a statement.
After the biggest daily fall in the pound in modern history Friday, both U.S. banks were forced to slash their forecasts for the rest of 2016.
U.S. stock index futures eased slightly in early trading on Sunday after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union sparked a sharp sell-off in global markets on Friday
Software programs that big banks and financial firms use to monitor employees for legal breaches may also uncover attempts to report suspected wrongdoing.
Certain words and phrases in employee emails will trigger a review from Goldman Sachs’ compliance department, a newly obtained list from 2008 shows.
Some people are leveraging AI to try to predict the winner of the quadrennial soccer tournament — before a single ball has been kicked.
Investigators said the investment bank may have had reason to doubt that the money from dealings with the fund was not used for its planned purpose.
U.S. crude surged Monday amid production disruptions in Canada and Nigeria and fears of a supply shortfall.
Analysts from the bank said that the oil market had likely shifted into deficit in May, as sustained demand and unexpected disruptions in production offset output growth in Iran and Iraq.
Chief campaign strategist Paul Manafort says Donald Trump still is planning to release his returns once an IRS audit is complete.
Corporate America just saw its worst quarterly profit drop since the financial crisis. But here’s why analysts remain optimistic.
Shares of Amazon hit a record high Tuesday, providing the biggest boost on the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq indexes.
Cuts in the trading and sales division come as the investment bank led by CEO Lloyd Blankfein grapples with a changing banking landscape.
Parking your cash at the prestigious — and often criticized — investment bank might be a smart move. Here’s why.
Even as stocks pushed toward new heights in the past week, fewer big money managers considered themselves bullish on the course of the market.