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Bank Results Season: Goldman Sachs reports another $2.88 earnings per share (Q3:2013)

As expected by the markets, Revenues dipped nearly 15% year on year , though the impact is still largely from Trading Income in Bonds and the ongoing Taper /no Taper … Continue reading

October 17, 2013

Deutsche Bank Notes: We always comply with Accounting Standards. This is a loss only if we..

continue to treat is on market price. These are actually illiquid and could be treated as Held to Maturity Portfolio. But we would miss the opportunity to call out people … Continue reading

December 6, 2012

Trading losses to hit Goldman Sachs again! | Banking insight

One instantly thinks up exposure to Europe’s credit markets when one thinks of Wall Street trading this year too and it seems Goldman Sachs has again stepped in it and … Continue reading

May 17, 2012 · 2 Comments

The Goldman Sachs huddle will come back | Banking insight

Regulators are having a field day, chomping away at little acts of banks long allowed as fair and market friendly in the spate of SEC investigations against the “vampire squid” … Continue reading

April 12, 2012

Is it the kind of resignation you’ll give in to quit a company you hate leaving? | GS Exec speaks out

Let’s face it. Apart from the yellow journalists who like their Vampire squid and the blind faith of followers of rant-o-rama hellraisers, not many others would blame the culture at … Continue reading

March 14, 2012

Meet the Volckers’ marathon Pt. V: The Goldman Sachs advantage (David Viniar)

David Viniar, CFO of Goldman Sachs is one of the venerable names on Wall Street that defend limitations of the Volcker Rule. Wall Street has been preparing itself for the … Continue reading

February 16, 2012 · 5 Comments