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Goldman Sachs Settles With SEC After Sharing Confidential Research (GS)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay $22 million to settle regulatory charges that its analysts shared confidential research with favored clients. The regulators alleged that Goldman analysts had weekly "huddles" from 2006 to 2011 where they discussed confidential research on stocks with the firm's traders. The analysts then passed on the ideas to a select group of top clients, the regulators said.
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