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Goldman's plan to take over Wall Street's commodities business is working


How The Financial Crisis Helped Turn Big Banks Into Global Commodities Kings

Why Wall Street is pouring money into companies that want to eat its lunch… 86 more words

JP Morgan joins the 'Usual Suspects' in LBMA gold benchmarking process

The ICE Benchmark Administration website now shows that JP Morgan Chase has become the seventh Direct Participant in setting the twice daily LBMA Gold Price benchmarks – a selection which will be indeed inflame those gold price manipulation-believers who reckon that JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs are behind almost any irregularity in global financial markets. 521 more words

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The Good, The Bad and The Infuriating Aspects of Ted Cruz Signing Up for Obamacare

The Daily Banter – Bob Cesca

On one hand, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) signing up for an Obamacare health insurance policy is fantastic news. As we discussed yesterday, Cruz had a number of options at his disposal after losing his health insurance coverage due to his wife taking a leave of absence from Goldman Sachs. 934 more words

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Goldman Sachs: Buy Apple during buyback blackout period

”Here’s your chance! Investors itching to buy stocks on a dip in the S&P 500 index will likely have a window of opportunity to strike within the next three weeks as corporations enter a blackout period for buybacks,” Wallace Witkowski reports for MarketWatch. 129 more words


Goldman Sachs Purchases A 12% Portion of Central Tokyo Office Building at a Possible Sub-3% Cap Rate

In a transaction that took place on March 6th and which was reported in the Nikkei Fudosan Market Joho on March 23rd a Goldman Sachs-related SPC purchased an 11.64% portion of the Gran Tokyo South Tower for a reported 38.8 billion yen from a Mitsubishi Estate SPC. 387 more words

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Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz may need to sign up for Obamacare

WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Cruz might be in the market for a new health insurance plan.

Heidi Cruz, the wife of the newly announced Republican presidential candidate, is on unpaid leave from her executive post at Goldman Sachs for the duration of her husband’s presidential campaign, and will not receive company benefits — including health insurance — during this time, a Goldman spokesperson said. 222 more words



“It would be transformative if everybody voted.”

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A few days ago, we showed just which “democracy” in the free world  522 more words