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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Goldman Sachs Info and News Links - Oct. 3, 2009

For purposes of illustration only, I want to assume that an investor wants to buy one security on Monday morning, spend exactly $5000, and wants to buy a floating rate security issued by Goldman Sachs. I will assume that the purchase ...
Stocks & Politics -

David Paul: Regulating Systemic Risk and Banker Compensation Will ...
By David Paul
Goldman Sachs is paying us tens of millions of dollars a year, but you are telling us there is zero risk. One of us is wrong. This is a game of poker, and there is an idiot at the table. And you are telling me that Goldman Sachs is the ...
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OUR VIEW: 'Wal-Mart nation' | StandardNET – Ogden, Layton, Brigham ...
By tbright
Goldman Sachs? We guess there are people out there who identify with Goldman Sachs more than the NFL, but we just haven't met them yet. If you look at the other poll results, it's not surprising we're a "Wal-Mart nation" right now, ...
Opinion -

Michael Moore sets out to create a revolution - The Wealthy Boomer
By Jonathan_Chevreau
The stock market crash of a year ago is replayed in news footage and the machinations of the Goldman Sachs executive infiltration of the U.S. Treasury department is made clear in a way the general public may not before have properly ...
The Wealthy Boomer -

Concord Monitor - Rethinking capitalism: how very enterprising!
... such as Moore wrapping a crime-scene tape around the New York Stock Exchange or backing up an armored car to the front door of Goldman Sachs with the intention of retrieving the bailout money it got from the government. ...
Concord Monitor Online | business -

Option Trading Idea: Goldman Sachs (GS) Bear Call Spread |
Serving a rapidly growing segment of the investment community, the Options News Network provides daily options news and entertainment, options education, options trading ideas, and EXPERT commentary ON the options market, ... Options News Network -

Meanwhile, Back At The Economy: Unemployment Hits 9.8% - TalkLeft ...
By Big Tent Democrat
But, all is not lost; apparently a tiny "green shoot" of guilt began bothering Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein. Realizing the mind-boggling unfairness of using taxpayer money to save his company, and himself, from extinction, ...
TalkLeft -

Running 'Cause I Can't Fly: The Economy: "Systemic Failure Approaches"
By (CoyotePrime)
Nobody seeks to remove Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan from control posts at the USDept Treasury and USFed respectively. Nobody seeks even to locate the missing $50 billion from the Iraq Reconstruction Fund, or to announce the known location ...
Running 'Cause I Can't Fly -

Could Goldman Sachs Share GM's Bankruptcy Fate? :: The Market ...
Could Goldman Sachs Share GM's Bankruptcy Fate? :: The Market Oracle :: Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting Free Website.
The Market Oracle -

Goldman Sachs Should Have More Sensitivity About Bonus Impact ...
By Alison Vekshin Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. must be cautious about handing out record bonuses while the banking industry is still under distress or risk spurring an outcry from Congress, US Senator Mark Warner said.
Industry News -

Washington And Wall Street Are Destroying The Republic | Daily Markets
By Justice Litle
Goldman has well and truly earned the “Government Sachs” nickname. Now we find out that, not only does Goldman benefit from extensive “soft” influence by way of having staff interspersed up and down the Washington food chain… it also ...
Daily Markets -

The Fed Fighter: DealBook's Ron Paul Interview - DealBook Blog ...
By By DealBook
We know that Lehman Brothers was allowed to go bankrupt, but Goldman Sachs came out very well outside of this mess. We want to know why this happened, what they did, who got these loans and why. Someone has always been in our Treasury ...
DealBook -

Senate's Warner Urges Goldman Sachs to Watch 'Optics' on Pay
By Alison Vekshin Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. must be cautious about handing out record bonuses while the banking industry is still under ...
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