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- GSBD's 30 day story count now stands at 20.
- Over the past 7 days, the trend for GSBD's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 5.
- GS, ROSE and ADP are the most mentioned tickers in articles about GSBD.
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Goldman Sachs has its head in the cloud
The financial institution is seeking to patent a system for "managed data services" on cloud platforms, helping them declutter in a way Kondo...
Goldman Sachs planning for sluggish growth, higher inflation
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is planning for a period of sluggish growth and higher inflation, the bank's president John Waldron said on Thursday, calling it "a mini-stagflation scenario." "We're planning for that scenario to be more likely, doesn't mean it will happen," he said. Despite the U.S. economy showing resilience, concerns remain among investors that a recession could happen in an environment of stubborn inflation and high borrowing costs.
Goldman Sachs Group's (NYSE:GS) three-year earnings growth trails the notable shareholder returns
One simple way to benefit from the stock market is to buy an index fund. But if you pick the right individual stocks...
Dutch TTF rally driven by short positions, market vulnerable - Goldman Sachs
Investing.com - In recent sessions, the TTF in Amsterdam has seen a significant rally that has taken the July contract to touch €29 per MWh today with a rise of over 8% and 24% at the beginning of the week.
Investors Heavily Search The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS): Here is What You Need to Know
Goldman (GS) has received quite a bit of attention from Zacks.com users lately. Therefore, it is wise to be aware of the facts that can impact the stock's prospects.
UPDATE 1-Brokerages sees Australia's cash rate peaking as high as 4.85%
Major global banks said on Wednesday they now expect the Reserve Bank of Australia to hike interest rates by another 25 basis points, most likely in August, after the central bank warned of further tightening. Domestic banks Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and ANZ were joined by their global peers Goldman Sachs and UBS in forecasting an additional 25 basis point hike. While CBA expects the cash rate to peak at 4.35%, Goldman Sachs believes it could hit 4.85%.
How many banks does it take to float an ash maker?
Eight, apparently:[WE Soda] has engaged J.P. Morgan Securities plc (which conducts its UK investment banking activities as J.P. Morgan Cazenove) (“J.P. Morgan”) as Sole Sponsor, Joint Global Co-ordinator and Joint Bookrunner, BNP PARIBAS (“BNPP”) and Goldman Sachs International (“Goldman Sachs”) as Joint Global Co-ordinators and Joint Bookrunners, and, Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch (“Deutsche Bank”), Liberum Capital Limited (“Liberum”), Morgan Stanley & Co.
UPDATE 1-Goldman Sachs to start trading Japan power futures - sources
Goldman Sachs Group plans to establish a desk in Tokyo to start trading Japanese power derivatives, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. More foreign energy companies and banks are seeking access to the Japanese power market, which was launched in 2016 in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, spurring trade activity by generators, consumers and distributors. The power crisis heightened the need for hedging among power suppliers and buyers, according to the sources.
Goldman Sachs to start trading Japan power futures - sources
TOKYO (Reuters) -Goldman Sachs Group plans to establish a desk in Tokyo to start trading Japanese power derivatives, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. More foreign energy companies and banks are seeking access to the Japanese power market, which was launched in 2016 in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, spurring trade activity by generators, consumers and distributors. The power crisis heightened the need for hedging among power suppliers and buyers, according to the sources.
Goldman Prepares to Enter Japan’s Growing Power Futures Market
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