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  1. Goldman Sachs Reports Record-Breaking Q1 EarningsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | GuruFocus.com

    Goldman Sachs Inc. managed to pass through a highly volatile environment and still come up with a 40% increase in its first quarter profit. The earnings beat estimates of Wall Street by a high margin.

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  2. Norman Chan Tak-lam and other Central bankers blind to the obviousRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Jake van der Kamp is a native of the Netherlands, a Canadian citizen, and a longtime Hong Kong resident. He started as a South China Morning Post business reporter in 1978, soon made a career change to investment analyst and returned to the newspaper in 1998 as a financial columnist.

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  3. Dems Hope Hillary Raises $100s of Millions from Wall StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Breitbart.com

    The first fundraising numbers for Hillary Clinton's White House bid will not be posted until July, but Wall Street took leadership roles in fundraising for both of her New York Senate campaigns, and nine of Mrs. Clinton's top 20 donor organizations in her 2008 presidential bid were financial services firms. But after six years of a Wall Street donation boycott in retaliation for passing Dodd-Frank, Clinton is the Democrats' best hope for reviving access to $100s of millions from Wall Street's firehose of political donations.

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  4. Goldman Sachs: Let The Good Times RollRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Investors have been used to good earnings from Wall Street in the first quarter, and The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. hasn't been an exception. Goldman Sachs' first quarter earnings were among the best in the banking peer group in 1Q 2015, although JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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  5. New York Life gets $30 million in tax credits to shift some...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Three floors of the Goldman Sachs Tower may be home to some of New York Life Inursance's workforce, thanks to a substantial tax credit. New York Life Insurance has been awarded a 10-year, $33.9 million tax credit to move some of its operations -- and up to 625 jobs -- to Jersey City, the state Economic Development Authority announced.

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  6. DIARY- Top Economic Events to April 29Read the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz speaks at the Bloomberg summit. NEW YORK - Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens speaks at an American Australian Association luncheon hosted by Goldman Sachs - 1630 GMT.

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  7. Hillary Clinton to Tap Former Wall Street Regulator as CFORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CFO

    The regulator, former CFTC Commissioner Gary Gensler, was a key player in the fight to impose tougher rules on Wall Street. In a move seen as an appeal to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton is reportedly going to tap Gary Gensler, former regulator and advocate of the Dodd-Frank legislation, to be her presidential campaign's chief financial officer, according to a Bloomberg exclusive While Gensler was a former partner at Goldman Sachs, he served for President Barack Obama as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and was a key player pushing for tighter rules for Wall Street.

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  8. US stocks drop as Greece fears override bank resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | West Australian

    Large US banks bested earnings expectations this week, but stocks still lost ground due to worries about high equity valuations and the Greek debt crisis. The broad-based S&P 500 declined 20.88 to 2,081.18, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 64.17 to 4,931.81.

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  9. How Hillary jilted Wall StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Politico

    At a small Washington dinner party in 2013, the topic of discussion was Gary Gensler's elbows - specifically how very sharp they can be. Present were Brooksley Born, Gensler's legendary predecessor at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and Mary Jo White, the then-new chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  10. Market Report: Mystery Us suitor talk boosts Holiday Inn owner Intercontinental HotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Money

    The stock gained 6p to 2722p as traders cited chatter about potential interest from a mystery US suitor. IHG, whose brands include the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza chains, declined to comment.

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  11. Back in a Flash: Sergey "Flash Boy" Aleynikov Returns to Court for New TrialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | JD Supra

    Sergey Aleynikov's six-year odyssey through the U.S. judicial systems - both federal and state - continues. Last week, Aleynikov stepped into a New York State courtroom to defend himself at trial against a pair of criminal charges stemming from his 2009 arrest for allegedly stealing source code for one of Goldman Sachs high-frequency trading platforms.

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  12. Bloomberg terminal go dark for hours, affects British marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    Bloomberg LP's trading terminals, which are used by most of the world's biggest financial firms, went down for two and a half hours on Friday due to apparent technical problems, prompting the British government to postpone a planned 3 billion-pound debt issue. Users said the outage started as trading was getting in full swing around 8 a.m. in London, which along with New York is one of the world's largest financial centers, particularly in foreign exchange and bond markets.

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  13. Edward Liddy: JengaPig CEO?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2009 | Examiner.com

    Edward Liddy plans to step down from his position in AIG when a search for replacements is complete. Government aid to AIG now totals $182.5 billion.

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  14. Cap and trade or cripple and rob?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2009 | Examiner.com

    As you might have guessed, the proposed "cap and trade" legislation is nothing more than the latest proposed money grab by the fine folks in Washington. In fact, the data shows Obama's plan to combat global warming would impose higher energy costs on consumers and businesses while saving us from the ravages of a warm winter's day.

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  15. Hedge Fund News: Paul Singer, Eric Mindich, Jana PartnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Insider Monkey

    Proxy Firm Backs One Elliott Nominee in Alliance Trust Battle A proxy voting company is backing one of three directors that Paul Singer's Elliott Advisors wants installed on Alliance Trust Plc's board, the third investor group this week to weigh in on the hedge fund's battle to shake up the 127-year-old British money manager. Glass, Lewis & Co.

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  16. Spiceworks replaces CFO with Twitter executiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Movafaghi, who is scheduled to start on April 30, was one of California-based Twitter's first 150 employees and during the past five years held three titles - most recently the vice president of global business operations. Before Twitter, he held finance positions with companies that included New York-based Medley Capital Corp. and London-based PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, according to a Spiceworks announcement.

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  17. What Goldman Sachs' Earnings Suggest For Morgan StanleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheStreet.com

    Goldman gained on Wednesday, topping $200 a share, after it reported earnings of $5.94 per share and revenue of $10.6 billion compared with estimates of $4.26 a share and $9.35 billion, respectively. Goldman said about 30% of total revenue came from its fixed-income, currencies and commodities trading business.

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  18. Bloomberg breakdown disrupts global tradingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Salt Lake Tribune

    London a Bloomberg LP's trading terminals, which are used by most of the world's biggest financial firms, went down for two and a half hours on Friday due to apparent technical problems, prompting the British government to postpone a planned $4.4 billion debt issue. Users said the outage started as trading was getting in full swing around 8 a.m. in London, which along with New York is one of the world's largest financial centers, particularly in foreign exchange and bond markets.

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  19. Bloomberg blames 'internal network issue' for global outageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Day

    Bloomberg LP's trading terminals, which are used by most of the world's biggest financial firms, went down for two and a half hours Friday due to apparent technical problems, prompting the British government to postpone a planned $4.4 billion debt issue. Users said the outage started as trading was getting in full swing around 8 a.m. in London, which along with New York is one of the world's largest financial centers, particularly in foreign exchange and bond markets.

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  20. Goldman Sachs (GS), Citigroup (C) Get Their Mojo BackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Learn Bonds

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Citigroup Inc are getting their mojo back. Both these big names posted blowout earnings that topped consensus estimates, in a sign that the sector may finally be escaping the malaise that has gripped it since the financial crisis.

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