U.S. equities closed lower on Friday but ended April with strong monthly gains.
This vote was notably different than that of last year, when only 66 percent of shareholders voted in favor of Goldman's "say on pay."
U.S. stocks traded in a narrow range Thursday, within striking distance of all-time highs, ahead of major tech company earnings.
Tax reform appears just around the corner, potentially breathing new life into share buybacks.
U.S. equities failed to hold earlier gains on Wednesday as investors digested President Donald Trump's outline for tax reform.
Former President Obama has accepted a $400,000 speaking fee from Cantor Fitzgerald, according to the Financial Times.
A South Korean court on Wednesday ruled that the ride-hailing group Uber Technologies Inc illegally used private vehicles for commercial purposes.
U.S. equities rose sharply on Tuesday as solid quarterly reports from several large-cap companies rolled through.
Goldman Sachs believes it's found the best way to trade Amazon's stock.
Should President Trump choose to replace Fed Chair Janet Yellen when her term expires, he could turn to someone close by to fill the void.
Independent analyst Mike Mayo discusses Citi's annual shareholder meeting. With the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders and Kevin O'Leary, O'Shares ETFs chairman.
Tax reform promises to spur corporate buying, but there are several reasons to not bet the house on stock buybacks.
Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and other banks with global franchises jump 2 percent in premarket trading following the French election results.
U.S. equities soared on Monday as investors cheered the results of the first round in the French presidential election.
Goldman's weak trading results were due to wrong way bets on the debts of a coal company and struggling retailers, according to Bloomberg News.
France's CAC index spiked to a nine-year high on Monday after Macron's first round victory in the French presidential elections.
The S&P is up, the Dow is down, Amazon earnings could be up and first quarter GDP is going to go down.
Stocks fell slightly as investors looked ahead to France's presidential election while digesting more quarterly results from companies.
Trump's latest executive order makes it clear that the idea of the GOP as a "workers' party" is dead and business interests rule the roost, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
This software-based process will supplement the bank's annual review process with more frequently occurring check-ins, the company said.