- Goldman Sachs reports first-quarter earnings per share of $3.92
- Revenue increased 64% from the previous quarter, to $9.95 billion
- Analysts were expecting EPS of $3.55 on revenue of $9.5 billion
|Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein|
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