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Goldman Sachs: Tomorrow's Headliners

Goldman Sachs will post first-quarter results and will likely face questions about alleged fraud Tuesday.



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Tuesday with the bank is set to face questions about alleged fraud as it releases first-quarter results.

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is expected to report a first-quarter profit of $4.01 a share on revenue of $11.16 billion. However, what Goldman's executive team says during the conference call will be more interesting to analysts and traders.

On Friday, the

Securities and Exchange Commission


Goldman Sachs

with defrauding investors by misstating and omitting key facts about subprime mortgage securities.

In response, Goldman said Friday that the chargers are "completely unfounded" and that it will "defend the firm and its reputation." What the bank says Tuesday about its first quarter will take a backseat to further remarks about the SEC's case.

Goldman aside, Tuesday is a very busy day on the earnings front as the reporting season moves into full swing.

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are only a handful of the companies set to report before the start of trading Tuesday.

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among the names set to report earnings results.

Just as Goldman will field several questions unrelated to its earnings results on its conference call, Apple will likely face queries about a purported "lost" prototype of the

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latest earnings, due out after the close of trading Monday. Big Blue should report a profit of $1.93 a share on revenue of $22.75 billion, according to Thomson Reuters.

-- Written by Robert Holmes in Boston


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