Posts Tagged “Goldman Sachs”

Goldman Sachs Now Has A Stock-Picking Model Inspired By The Stats Behind ‘Moneyball’

by Wall Street Job Report on October 21, 2014

Sabermetrics has come to stock-picking. As if we didn’t have enough ways to measure stocks against one another, Goldman Sachs equity analyst Robert Boroujerdi is out with a note to clients ahead of the World Series that takes three popular (…)

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The firm that won the quarter in trading

by Wall Street Job Report on October 21, 2014

A wave of financial results from Wall Street last week brought with it a resurgence of revenues from fixed-income trading, thanks to a renewal of volatility in bond and currency markets. The rising tide lifted all trading desks, but the biggest winner was Goldman Sachs, which saw fixed-income revenues rise 74% (…)

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Why that 20% bank pay raise may be deceiving

by Wall Street Job Report on August 22, 2014

Wall Street banks may appear to be offering higher salaries to junior employees, but the increase may not be as generous as it looks. Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America are expected to increase pay by at least 20 percent, according to (…)

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Owner of Lingerie Chain Agent Provocateur Said to Hire Goldman to Run a Sale

by Wall Street Job Report on August 8, 2014

Over two decades, Agent Provocateur has become one of the best-known purveyors of high-end lingerie, thanks in part to notoriously risqué advertising. Now the retailer may sell something even pricier: itself. The British private equity firm 3i Group, which owns a majority stake in (…)

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Goldman Sachs aims to end the era of horrifying trader chat transcripts

by Wall Street Job Report on August 8, 2014

Your big mouth get can you in trouble, even if you think you’re talking in private: Just ask the long line of bankers whose chat transcripts have been used by law enforcement to ding their employers. For instance, this message from an (…)

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