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Wall Street is sounding the alarm as a key source of stock-market buying evaporates

Share buybacks fell 18% year-over-year in the second quarter, Goldman analysts found, and the second half of the year will likely see further decline.

A 3rd Goldman banker in 18 months has been accused of insider trading

Goldman Sachs Vice President Bryan Cohen accused of allegedly leaked information regarding upcoming takeover bids for the bank's clients.

Goldman Sachs says the trade war is ‘kicking the tires’ of growth — and doesn’t expect it to spark a recession

The banking titan argued the size of the growth impact, the Fed's easing, and resilient business activity made a downturn unlikely.

Photo of ex-Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein loving retirement shows how dramatically he’s ‘lost stature’

"I knew I’d lose stature when I left my old job," Blankfein wrote on Twitter. "Thank you Harvard basketball team for rubbing it in!!"

Goldman Sachs trying to negotiate its way out of 1MDB charges: Nikkei

"We have a strong case and are very confident of winning it. But if you want to negotiate, the doors are open," Malaysia's AG said.
Goldman Sachs' CEO David Solomon

‘The plumbing isn’t broken’: Goldman Sachs’ CEO says WeWork’s failed IPO could improve private markets

WeWork's flop could lead to smaller investments, faster IPOs, and greater transparency for private companies, David Solomon predicted.
Apple and Goldman Sachs are being picky about who they approve for the new Apple Card.

Apple and Goldman Sachs are being picky about who gets an Apple Card

"Keeping approval rates low suggests that at least initially Apple wants to focus on low-risk (higher credit score) customers."

Goldman Sachs says it absorbed a $80 million write-down after WeWork’s IPO disaster

The loss fell under analysts' expectations, as Morgan Stanley had projected a $264 million hit for Goldman.

Goldman Sachs’ quarter soured by disappointing banking revenue, writedowns for Uber and other investments

Goldman took a $267 million markdown on public investments in companies like Uber and Tradeweb Markets.

Investment banks have plowed more than $700 billion into fossil fuels since the Paris climate agreement

JPMorgan alone had put in $75 billion into financing fossil fuel companies, according to an analysis from the Guardian and Rainforest Action Network.