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Goldman Sachs cannot invest with FDIC-insured deposits, but that won't stop the bank from making other deals with cash on the balance sheet.
Wall Street is bracing for a major snowstorm heading up the East Coast, but financial markets plan to operate as usual over the next few days.
Unlike the big money managers, banks are no longer allowed to trade in financial markets for themselves. That hurts the bottom line and is pushing banks to act.
Big banks are expected to post weak fourth-quarter earnings this week, but one analyst thinks the sector is headed for a better 2015.
The private equity firm could go after some huge consumer names with its new takeover fund.
The last time gasoline prices were this low, President George W. Bush was ramping up for the invasion of Iraq.
Next year looks to be another busy one for M&A and spinoffs, from tie-ups that could re-shape the cable industry to big breakups in Silicon Valley.
A proxy adviser earlier in December pushed investors to delay the vote to sell Family Dollar, yet again.
The lack of big deals is expected to continue in 2015. It's not hard to see why: Investors are losing faith in private equity.
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