Wall Street magnate Goldman Sachs Group Inc. ( GS) , is planning on hiring more employees for its commodities unit with the goal of attracting new clients to the business, Bloomberg reports.

The bank will reportedly seek out "high-profile" commodities salespeople and some traders, while also implementing its top "rainmakers" to intrigue corporate clients in the energy, power, and metals and mining sectors, according to the report.

The commodities unit at Goldman has been under review for months now and posted one of its worst quarters in the company's history.

Shares of Goldman closed lower on Monday to $220.79 per share.

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