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Clinton ignores question of how much money Goldman Sachs CEO gave her son-in-law’s hedge fund

RT | May 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton refused to disclose how much money Goldman Sachs’ chief executive invested in her son-in-law’s fund, ignoring questions from…

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Hillary Anti-Trump Ad Backfires: Wall Street Bankers to Blame - Rolling Stone

Hillary Clinton’s New Anti-Trump Ad Misses the Mark
By Matt Taibbi

Rolling Stone
May 25, 2016

Conclusion by Kennedy Applebaum
Quemado Institute
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Donald Trump

"Who Says Crime Doesn’t Pay?": The Bottom Line Is Crime Can Actually Pay — If It’s Big Enough

Hey, can we all just stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big money-grubbing banks?

Sure, they went belly-up and crashed our economy with their frauds, rigged casino games, and raw greed. 587 more words

Wall Street

Goldman CEO: Challenges Across ‘Virtually Every One of Our Businesses’

Results cap an earnings season for banks that was dominated by weak capital-markets activity but offered few signs a recession is imminent

Goldman shares have fallen nearly 12% since the start of 2016. 724 more words

There is hope in thine end! : Goldman Earnings Plunge 55% In Worst Quarter Since 2011; Average Compensation Crashes

But the real story was in the company’s revenue which printing at $6.4 billion was not only a huge miss to expectations of $6.7 billion, but a massive slide of 40% from Q1 2015 driven by top-line weakness across the board. 520 more words

Economic Report

In 2009, not long after one of the worst the financial meltdowns in our nation’s history, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein declared, “We are doing God’s work.”

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2/15/16...You picked a fine time to leave us, Scalia…and to roil the markets further!

(UPDATE: My prediction yesterday that the stock market would tank due to the inability to get anything done with an even number of  Supreme Court justices half one way and half another…was in a word: WRONG!…does that mean that Wall Street is welcoming more gridlock? 1,332 more words