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‘Everything is expensive’ as global stock valuation debate rages

Three months after the sharpest sell-off in history, Wall Street is freaking out about valuations once more.

Former Goldman Sachs trader plans a credit fund

NOT MANY Goldman Sachs partners seek out citizenship in a tiny Caribbean island to speed through airports. Ali Meli wasn’t your typical Goldman partner.

Goldman Sachs answers investor demands on consumer business

GOLDMAN SACHS Group, Inc. unveiled details about its consumer business for the first time on Tuesday and will start disclosing its results regularly as part of a broader reporting-line shuffle, responding to long-standing requests for more transparency from analysts and investors. The changes are part of Chief Executive Officer David Solomon’s efforts to get Goldman in line with rivals like JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup that have bigger consumer businesses and share more information with investors.

Goldman Sachs’s chief critic on New York’s top new restaurants

TWO weeks ago, the James Beard Foundation announced awards for the top restaurants, chefs, and beverage professionals across the country.

Do companies fear the law? The signs say no

CORPORATIONS cannot seem to avoid misconduct. Ford Motor recently announced a criminal probe of its emissions and fuel economy testing, federal investigators are examining Goldman Sachs’ involvement in a large-scale fraud in Malaysia, and Facebook’s legal woes with user privacy have been well documented over the past year.

Inflated credit risk scores leave investors in the dark on real...

CONSUMER CREDIT scores have been artificially inflated over the past decade and are masking the real danger the riskiest borrowers pose to hundreds of billions of dollars of debt.

Goldman downplays menace of inverted yield curve

GOLDMAN SACHS Group Inc. added its voice to those advising against panic over the inversion of the US yield curve, which has served as a recession warning in the past.

Suits and ties now optional, Goldman Sachs hedges dress code

NEW YORK -- Goldman Sachs Group, Inc said last week that it is relaxing the dress code for all its employees, a move once considered unimaginable for the Wall Street firm’s leagues of monk-shoed partners and bankers in bespoke suits.

Double-digit emerging market stock returns in 2019 — Goldman

EMERGING MARKET equities look set to post double-digit returns next year after a tumultuous 2018 in which they tumbled into bear market territory, according to Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Goldman Sachs changes Asia investment banking leadership

HONG KONG — Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has named veteran banker Todd Leland as its investment banking head for Asia Pacific excluding Japan, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, adding to leadership changes at the bank with CEO David Solomon taking over this month.

Goldman says buy commodities as trade war concerns overblown

Commodity bull Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has poured cold water on the notion that a trade war between the U.S. and China represents a...

Goldman, Citi hunker down as trade war hits emerging markets

Some of the world’s largest money managers soured on emerging markets as compounding trade threats deepened the worst monthly rout for developing currencies since...

Goldman sees cryptocurrencies, credit shadowing robust 2018 US economy

FINANCIAL IMBALANCES including those in credit markets and cryptocurrencies will shadow an otherwise robust 2018 US economy, said Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. economist Jan...