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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Another Goldman Sachs Manipulation

Goldman Sachs May Lower Bonuses

  By John Carney|Aug. 18, 2009, 3:24 PM of The Business Insider.

The article ends with:

             "One question: how will the Goldman haters spin this against the firm?"

The answer is given in the piece itself.
This won’t necessarily translate into broke bankers. Pali also expects Goldman’s revenues will jump as merger activity rebounds (something that happens at the end of every recession) and the IPO market revives. So the guys and gals at Goldman will be getting a smaller slice of a bigger pie.  What’s more, most Goldman employees hold Goldman stock, so if the stock price rises on news that the percent of revenues going to shareholders is increasing, the Goldman employees also benefit.
Read the full here
Also, please read the comments to Mr. Carney's article.


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