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Goldman Sachs' global head of commodities is reportedly leaving (GS)

Greg Agran, the global head of commodities at Goldman Sachs, is leaving the bank, according to reports. His departure follows a quarter in which the commodities unit posted its worst performance on record. Jeremy Taylor joined the bank from Mercuria last year as cohead of commodities trading, working with Ed Emerson. They will remain in their roles, according to Bloomberg, which said a replacement for Agran wasn't named.
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