NEW YORK ( TheStreet) - At the end of last week, the media and Main Street ravaged Goldman Sachs (GS - Get Report) after the SEC filed fraud charges. At the close of Friday's trading, the firm's shares had dropped more than 10%.Now that initial gut reactions have subsided and the allegations of fraud are being more closely investigated, shares have slowed their decline but remain weak. On Tuesday, Goldman Sachs surprised with impressive first quarter earnings, but negative sentiment prevailed and GS shares trudged along in negative territory throughout the day despite strength in the rest of the market.
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