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Goldman's plan to take over Wall Street's commodities business is working

Goldman Sachs is now the number one bank in commodities. It recently overtook JP Morgan for the top spot after that bank sold a chunk of its commodities business to Mercuria Energy Group, a trading house. Here's why this might soundShow More Summary

Goldman climbs to top commodity bank ranking over JP Morgan

LONDON (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs became the top commodities bank last year, overtaking rival JP Morgan, a consultancy said on Friday. Goldman had the largest commodity revenues of any investment bank last year, financial industry analytics firm Coalition said in a report. Show More Summary

California Water Wars: Another Form of Asset Stripping?

23 hours agoNews : Truthdig

By Ellen Brown, Web of Debt In the new battle over California’s limited water supply, it’s the people against the new “water barons”—Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Monsanto, the Bush family, and their ilk—who are buying up water all over the world at an unprecedented pace.

Following A 1-Week 17% Client-Muppeting, Goldman Removes Sandisk From Conviction Buy List

If you liked it at $83, you'll love it at $66... is apparently the message from Goldman Sachs as last week's transition of Sandisk to the company's "Conviction Buy" list has left clients with a Cramer-esque muppet-hole of around 17% (and rising). Show More Summary

Angry tenants in Spain have started a campaign against their Wall Street landlords, and it's getting big

Spain currently has an excess of 1.4 million homes. So two years ago, Goldman Sachs and Blackstone Group took some low-income housing units off the hands of struggling local municipalities, including the city of Madrid. Now those investments are turning into a headache for the Wall Street firms. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz backtracks on Obamacare sign-up, says he's 'still weighing options'

Ted Cruz's health insurance story has taken another twist. The backstory: his wife has chosen to take an unpaid leave from her job at Goldman Sachs for the duration of his presidential campaign, and with it goes her employer-subsidized insurance. Show More Summary

Antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs’ could kill a million people in China every year, economist warns

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

China faces a million deaths a year from antibiotic-resistant superbugs and a loss of $20 trillion by 2050, an economist and former top Goldman Sachs executive said Thursday. Beijing should “take ownership” of anti-microbial resistance (AMR) when it hosts the G20 summit next year, said...

Deutsche Bank has a plan to turn itself into Goldman Sachs

Deutsche Bank has a lot of problems right now. The US wing of the German-based bank recently failed its Federal Reserve stress test, and it needs to boost capital levels fast. That's why the bank is considering exiting retail banking...Show More Summary

Cruz Attacks Wife’s Employer: ‘Crony Capitalism’

There can’t be good time in the Cruz household, unless there is an understanding that it’s fine for the budding candidate to attack Goldman Sachs, his wife’s employer. In an interview with Bloomberg’s With All Due Respect, Cruz was asked by host Mark Halperin whether, on balance, Goldman Sachs was a positive or a negative [...]

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, Kansas City Mfg Survey

Some excerpts from a research piece by Goldman Sachs economist Kris Dawsey: Core Inflation Still Has Room to Fall... With the PPI and CPI reports already in hand for the month, we think that the core PCE price index—the Fed’s preferred inflation measure—will post an above-trend 0.20% increase in February.... Show More Summary

The law isn't making Ted Cruz accept Obamacare

Ted Cruz says he has to accept Obamacare because it's the law. See, his wife is taking unpaid leave from her job at Goldman Sachs for the duration of the presidential campaign, and is giving up her health insurance there. The health insurance that has been covering the whole family. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Is Signing Up for Obamacare. That's Not Hypocritical, But It Is Heartless.

As a meting out of cosmic justice, it’s satisfying to learn that Ted Cruz and his family will be signing up for Obamacare. The Texas senator escaped the yoke of Obamacare last year because Goldman Sachs, where his wife works, provided his family with an exorbitant, untaxed health plan. Now that sh

Ted Cruz Isn’t Saying His Wife’s Employer Is A Leach On Society But…

Actually he is, a little bit. Also that Goldman Sachs is in bed with the US government.

Goldman trims U.S. first quarter GDP view to 1.8 percent from 2.0 percent

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs economist Kris Dawson said on Wednesday he scaled back his view of U.S. growth in the first quarter, following an unexpectedly weak report on domestic durable goods orders in February. Dawson wrote in a research note that he reduced the tracking estimate on the U.S. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Slams 'Crony Capitalism' Of Goldman Sachs, His Wife's Firm

Somewhat ironically, Cruz enrolled in Obamacare as his wife took leave from Goldman to join his quixotic presidential run. Heidi Cruz is a managing director at Goldman Sachs via Bloomberg In an interview with Bloomberg's With All Due...Show More Summary

Media Attacks Ted Cruz for Enrolling in ObamaCare, but Forget It’s Mandatory for Americans

It’s not like Ted Cruz has a choice because the law is, in fact, mandatory to carry health insurance. His wife is on unpaid leave from her job at Goldman Sachs to be with Ted during his 2016 campaign for president, so he has to enroll his family in a federal ObamaCare exchange. Media, check […]

Cruz Slams Wife’s Employer for ‘Crony Capitalism’

In an interview with Bloomberg, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) took a shot at Goldman Sachs, his wife’s employer, when asked if the bank was a positive or negative force on society. Said Crus: “Goldman is one of the biggest banks [...]

Ted Cruz to One Day Complain About Government Taking Away His Obamacare

Heidi Cruz is taking unpaid leave from her job at Goldman Sachs while her husband pursues his presidential ambitions. The temporary loss of employee benefits means that the Cruz family is probably going to sign up for Obamacare. "I believe we should follow the text of every law, even law I... More »

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