Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)

165.13
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 168.02
Day Low/High 165.05 / 168.10
52 Wk Low/High 138.20 / 199.90
Avg Volume 2.80M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 405.46M
Market Cap 68.13B
EPS 12.30
P/E Ratio 15.85
Div & Yield 2.60 (1.50%)

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Fed Proposes Rule to Curb Big Banks' Raw-Materials Businesses

Fed Proposes Rule to Curb Big Banks' Raw-Materials Businesses

The agency would require firms like Goldman Sachs to hold additional capital reserves as a buffer against potential losses in commodities businesses.

Goldman Sachs Is Heading for a Deep Selloff

Goldman Sachs Is Heading for a Deep Selloff

Shares of Goldman Sachs are heading for a soft finish to the week. Here's how to trade the stock from here.

Goldman Sachs (GS) Stock Down, Cutting 30% of Asian Investment Banking Jobs

Goldman Sachs (GS) Stock Down, Cutting 30% of Asian Investment Banking Jobs

Goldman Sachs (GS) will reportedly reduce its investment banking workforce in Asia by almost 30% as activity slows in the region.

Here's Why Cable Companies Like Comcast Keep Trying to Enter Inhospitable Wireless Market

Here's Why Cable Companies Like Comcast Keep Trying to Enter Inhospitable Wireless Market

Charter and Comcast are the latest cable operators to try to crack the wireless market, a trend that's been going on for more than two decades.

Deutsche Bank Could Struggle to Parry $14B DoJ Punch

Deutsche Bank Could Struggle to Parry $14B DoJ Punch

The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.

Clinton and Trump Pose Different, but Equally Concerning, Threats to Wall Street

Clinton and Trump Pose Different, but Equally Concerning, Threats to Wall Street

If you're a Wall Street investor is there much of a difference?

Will Warren Buffett Give Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf the Ax?

Will Warren Buffett Give Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf the Ax?

Let's take a look at the pressures facing Warren Buffett as Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf refuses to step down.

Diversity and Innovation Will Keep London Relevent Amid Brexit, Mayor Says

Diversity and Innovation Will Keep London Relevent Amid Brexit, Mayor Says

London & Partners hosted an event with on Monday with London Mayor Sadiq Khan and tech industry executives.

Goldman Sachs Stock Is About to Collapse, This Chart Shows

Goldman Sachs Stock Is About to Collapse, This Chart Shows

Comprehensive technical analysis indicates that the best selling window since summer 2015 has arrived for Goldman Sachs (GS) stock.

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Down Slightly Amid Tough Week for the Candidate

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Down Slightly Amid Tough Week for the Candidate

Last week was not a great one for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, or for the stocks that might benefit from her presidency.

Tech Merger Boom Keeps Qatalyst in Spotlight

Tech Merger Boom Keeps Qatalyst in Spotlight

The boutique bank has been in the thick of technology mergers since its founding by Frank Quattrone.

Why Deutsche Bank Likely Won't Pay $14 Billion Fine

Why Deutsche Bank Likely Won't Pay $14 Billion Fine

Ironically, the Brexit vote may contribute to saving Germany's biggest bank.

As European Banks Fall Those That Can Raise Capital May Be Good Bets

As European Banks Fall Those That Can Raise Capital May Be Good Bets

Additional provisions for the Deutsche fine could be as low as $1.2 billion.

Deutsche Bank Won't Pay $14 Billion; It's All Politics

Deutsche Bank Won't Pay $14 Billion; It's All Politics

Ironically, the Brexit vote may contribute to saving Germany's biggest bank.

Gadfly Investor To Seek CEO-Chairman Split at Well Fargo After Accounts Scandal

Gadfly Investor To Seek CEO-Chairman Split at Well Fargo After Accounts Scandal

Gerald Armstrong, an individual investor who often submits shareholder proposals at both large and small banks, said he plans to resubmit the proposal because of frustrations over recent revelations

AEP Sells Four Power Plants to Blackstone, ArcLight for $2.17B

AEP Sells Four Power Plants to Blackstone, ArcLight for $2.17B

The divestiture is part of the company's drive to become a fully regulated utility and reduce business risks.

Kepos Capital's Carhart Talks Investment Strategies, Global Opportunities

Kepos Capital's Carhart Talks Investment Strategies, Global Opportunities

Kepos Capital CIO Mark Carhart discussed investment strategies and his take on current global investment opportunities.

IEA Sharply Cuts Global Growth Projections for Oil, Blames Demand in Asia

IEA Sharply Cuts Global Growth Projections for Oil, Blames Demand in Asia

The International Energy Agency says 'wobbly' demand in Asia will lead to a longer rebalancing of the oil market than originally thought.

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Stumbles in Rough Week for the Markets

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Stumbles in Rough Week for the Markets

Last week wasn't stellar for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, on the campaign trail or in the markets.

Amazon, Costco and Allergan: Doug Kass' Views

Amazon, Costco and Allergan: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how the market bends, but doesn't break, and how financials are getting stronger.

Here Are the Banking Stocks Getting Slammed in Wall Street's Plunge

Here Are the Banking Stocks Getting Slammed in Wall Street's Plunge

The KBW Bank Index, which tracks the performance of the banking sector, fell 1%, while the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 2%.

Here's Which Clinton and Trump Stocks Are Sinking the Most as Market Plunges

Here's Which Clinton and Trump Stocks Are Sinking the Most as Market Plunges

The markets plunged Friday on fears of a Fed rate hike. The stocks that stand to surge under a Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presidency took a dive as well.

Goldman Sachs Retail Analyst Breaks Down Challenges Facing the Sector

Goldman Sachs Retail Analyst Breaks Down Challenges Facing the Sector

Goldman Sachs retail analyst Matthew Fassler discussed the retail space and the challenges it continues to face.

3 Banks That Have Received Huge Fines Related to the 2008 Financial Crisis

3 Banks That Have Received Huge Fines Related to the 2008 Financial Crisis

Since the 2008 financial crisis, violations in leading banks have led to huge costs and raised concerns about the banking system's integrity.

Lawmakers' Vision for the Fed: More Diversity, More Congressional Sway

Lawmakers' Vision for the Fed: More Diversity, More Congressional Sway

Democrats and Republicans raised different problems with the structure of the New York Fed and other regional banks but they couldn't agree on a solution

Deutsche Bank Says You Shouldn't Worry About Its Credit Derivatives

Deutsche Bank Says You Shouldn't Worry About Its Credit Derivatives

Deutsche Bank's credit-derivatives prices have soared this year. The bank says investors should simply disregard them, arguing that the market is "erratic."

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Stumbles in Final Week of August

Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio Stumbles in Final Week of August

Hillary Clinton marked her biggest fundraising month to date in August, raking in a record $143 million. Hillary-friendly stocks, however, haven't had as strong a showing.