Gary Cohn, the former No. 2 at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, will remove himself from official matters involving his former employer. Cohn... To view the full story, click the title link...
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Concerns about Trump's tax cut plan - arguably the biggest catalyst behind the market's daily record highs - are mounting. Yesterday, when discussing the rising opposition to a simple "repeal and replace" of Obamacare, Goldman SachsShow More Summary
At the end of 2016, Goldman Sachs launched a new online lending platform called Marcus. The move into online lending by one of the most successful investment banks in the world is a telling move for two reasons.
On Monday I had the opportunity to attend a conference at Goldman Sachs’ Dallas office. Among the dozens of money managers and investors who attended, a combined $1 trillion in assets was represented.
Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the stronger US dollar is a good thing and signals investors' confidence in America, according to a new interview in the Wall Street Journal. Mnuchin, the former Goldman Sachs banker and hedge...Show More Summary
With commodity prices rallying off historical lows over the past year, pricing in "robust" expectations, but now, markets need to see real demand, Goldman Sachs said.
The stock is getting pricey fast.
Nomi Prins, bestselling author and former Wall Street insider, joined Max Keiser on the Keiser Report to discuss Donald Trump’s cabinet and the advisers of Goldman Sachs who have only filled up the swamp in Washington further. The post Nomi Prins: Wall Street and Washington Carousel Continues was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
CEOs at the country's largest publicly traded companies may not have been big supporters of Donald Trump during his campaign. But in the three months since the election, many are surely happy to see that the value of their personal holdings of company stock has grown -- and substantially so, in some cases. According to a newly released analysis by […]
In 2008, Goldman Sachs launched a mid-career internship program: the "returnship." Since then, other major financial companies like MetLife, JP Morgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley, along with technology and engineering companies such as...Show More Summary
Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. Snap is in New York on Tuesday pitching its IPO to investors. Here's what you need to know: Goldman Sachs is predicting Snap will deliver...Show More Summary
Goldman Sachs, one of the lead banks on Snap's initial public offering, estimates that revenues for the company could hit nearly $2 billion in 2018. The information was relayed to Business Insider by somebody who had been briefed on the bank's research estimates. Show More Summary
``"Financial market reconciliation lies ahead," said David Kostin, Goldman's chief U.S. equity strategist. "We are approaching the point of maximum optimism and the S&P 500 will give back recent gains as investors embrace the reality that tax reform is likely to provide a smaller, later tailwind to corporate earnings than originally expected."''
Goldman Sachs really wants the market lower. After several increasingly more comprehensive critiques of Trump's fiscal policies, on Friday, just as the S&P closed at fresh all time highs propelled by a late day ramp, Goldman's chiefShow More Summary
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey spoke to a tech conference on Wednesday hosted by Goldman Sachs. Dorsey said the mood in... The post Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey Praises Ferguson #BLM Riots – Forgets to Mention He Joined Violent Protest Movement in 2014 appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
And Donald Trump may be to thank
Jack Dorsey thinks AI-driven personalization could be the solution to Twitter's problems. Speaking to investors at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference in San Francisco, Twitter's top executive said the embattled company...Show More Summary
February 16 Edition.I have this funny feeling people are starting to rather get used to ‘The Donald’ and are starting to sit back and reflect just what all this might mean.For Goldman Sachs it seems they are becoming rather concerneShow More Summary