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Markets were whipsawed this week by trade-war jitters and the U.S yield-curve inversion.
The stock had been trading near its 52-week low before Thursday's upward movement on a Bloomberg report. It's a bit more than half its 52-week high.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Goldman Sachs Group Inc (the is the #23 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. Within the broader S&P 500, when components were ranked in terms of analyst favorites, GS claims the #357 spot.
Stocks finished sharply down Wednesday as weak economic data from China, GDP contraction in Germany, and the first inverted U.S. yield curve in more than 12 years stoked fears of a global recession.
We want to reiterate some of the buy levels we discussed on the call.
`[Credit] businesses are cyclical, and we would expect Goldman Sachs to face its fair share of volatility in the next recession,' analyst writes.
Stocks tumbled Monday as fears of a global recession from the U.S.-China trade war weighed on Wall Street and unrest in Hong Kong dented sentiment.
While Wall Street has certainly had its share of doom and gloom, Jim Cramer doesn't see a recession on the horizon ... yet.
Jim Cramer reveals the most important things to watch as Wall Street returns from the weekend.
Jim Cramer breaks down what to watch in the stock market as Wall Street returns from the weekend.
We are staying the course, using bouts of panic to buy up the stocks of high-quality companies on discounts.
Plain and simple -- Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan may be good buys right now.
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While widespread adoption of the card isn't expected immediately, some analysts are already working its launch into estimates.
Our plan on big down days like this is to make small, incremental buys at each day-stage of the market.
We are taking a moment to provide price levels for nearly every position in the portfolio.
Berkshire is so large and diversified that its prospects are tied to the economy as a whole, with the added benefit of being a defensive play in case of a market downturn.
While the trade war is clearly intensifying, we are viewing the market through a buyers' lens, waiting for pullbacks that improve our basis.
President Trump tweets that the U.S. will put an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese products and says figure could rise past 25%
Retail investors are sitting pretty after Trump enacted more tariffs. See their fancy footwork executed in July.
The secondary offering of the producer of plant-based meat substitutes is priced well below its Wednesday's close.
Jim Cramer tallies July's leaders and says the Fed may be just an afterthought when you look at why some stocks -- like Apple -- are winning.
U.S. stock futures rise, getting a lift from Apple, which was higher after the tech giant beat earnings expectations, and as Wall Street prepares for the first interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve in more than a decade; GE, Qualcomm and Humana report earnings.
Apple created the credit card in partnership with Goldman Sachs.
Significant topics include Apple's plan for Intel's smartphone modem business, which it recently acquired for $1 billion, along with updates on Apple's growing services segment.
Here's how to parse between which sectors will benefit and which will not if a trade deal becomes more of a reality.
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