Posts Tagged “Goldman Sachs”

Morgan Stanley Sees Lone Trading Jump as Goldman Drops

by Wall Street Job Report on April 17, 2014

Morgan Stanley posted a jump in first-quarter trading revenue while Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS)’s dropped, the first such divergence in two years. Morgan Stanley today reported a surprise 9 percent increase in fixed-income trading revenue, the only gain among major (…)

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Recap: Goldman Sachs CFO says ‘diversification’ important to success of FICC business

by Wall Street Job Report on April 17, 2014

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Thursday reported earnings and revenue fell for the first quarter but still beat earnings estimates. The bank reported strength in investment banking but lower revenues for its fixed income unit. Check out our live blog starting at 9.30am (…)

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Goldman Sachs isn’t letting that pesky Volcker Rule scare it out of trading

by Wall Street Job Report on April 4, 2014

You’re going to have to tear it from their cold, dead fingers. Goldman Sachs’ head honchoes—president Gary Cohn and chief executive Lloyd Blankfein (pictured above)—aren’t giving up the ghost on the firm’s bread-and-butter business of trading fixed income, currencies and commodities. At least (…)

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Wiet Pot Said to Circle Back for Goldman’s Trading Unit

by Wall Street Job Report on April 4, 2014

Wiet Pot, co-head of the Dutch high-speed trading firm that’s said to be bidding for Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s floor-trading business, is a former partner of the investment bank who once helped run its equities division. Pot’s IMC Financial Markets (…)

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Goldman Sachs CEO Takes Back Title as Best Paid Bank Executive

by Wall Street Job Report on March 20, 2014

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is back at the top of the chart of best paid U.S. bank executive. Blankfein’s salary and bonus of $23 million was enough to push past Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf and JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon. It’s the (…)

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