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U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday, amid record lows in the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield, as global growth concerns weighed.
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The firm is ordering workers to cut down on expenses amid poor performance.
Goldman Sachs has told staff at its asset management division GSAM to tighten their belts amidst poor performance, the FT reports.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher Friday, the first day of the quarter, in a fourth day of gains after the post-Brexit sell-off.
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U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday, the last day of the quarter, in their third-straight day of recovery from the post-Brexit sell-off.
Oil fell, pressured by returning Nigerian and Canadian output and as traders looked to book profits.
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U.S. stocks closed higher, helped by gains in oil prices, as global markets recovered for a second day from their post-Brexit plunge.
U.S. stock-index futures gained on Wednesday as global markets continued to recover from the Brexit vote swoon.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, lifted by gains in oil prices, as investors looked for bargains after the Brexit sell-off.
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U.S. stocks closed about 1.5 percent lower or more Monday, extending Friday's post-Brexit sell-off with materials leading decliners.