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Goldman Smashes Expectations As Trading, Prop Revenues Surge, "Average" Employee Makes $322,607

After the rest of the major US banks posted solid beats, mostly on the back of a strong rebound in markets-driven revenue, there was little concern that Goldman - the pure-play trading powerhouse (at least until the recent launch of a retail lending and deposit operation) would likewise surpass Wall Street's expectations, and moments ago that was confirmed when Goldman reported EPS of $4.
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