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  • July 19- Goldman Sachs Group Inc's quarterly profit jumped 78 percent, handily beating market expectations, as the Wall Street bank earned more from bond trading and its expenses fell. The bank, like other Wall Street firms, has been focusing on cutting costs as concerns about slowing growth in China and other major markets discourage dealmaking and trading.

  • NEW YORK— Goldman Sachs' earnings jumped 78 percent from a year ago as the bank's legal expenses declined and some of its trading desks saw a surge of activity during Britain's vote to leave the European Union. The investment bank said Tuesday it had a second-quarter profit of $1.63 billion after dividends to preferred shareholders, or $3.72 per share, up from...

  • July 6- Consulting and outsourcing company Accenture Plc said Chief Executive Pierre Nanterme was diagnosed with colon cancer and is currently recovering from a surgery. "I have been advised by my doctors that I will be able to stay actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the company throughout this process," Nanterme said in a statement.

  • LONDON, June 29- U.S. investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have denied speculation they are poised to shift London- based staff and operations to Frankfurt as soon as Britain's divorce proceedings from the European Union formally begin. "We have not made any changes to our real estate requirements in Frankfurt as a result of the referendum result,"...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON/ FRANKFURT, June 24- Big Wall Street banks are scouring Europe to find a new home for their traders, bankers and financial licenses now that London is on shaky ground as the region's preeminent financial hub. Even with those plans, huge uncertainties remain about when Britain will formally exit the EU, and what cities could replace London as New...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON/ FRANKFURT, June 24- Big Wall Street banks are scouring Europe to find a new home for their traders, bankers and financial licenses now that London is on shaky ground as the region's preeminent financial hub. Even with those plans, huge uncertainties remain about when Britain will formally exit the EU, and what cities could replace London as New...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON/ FRANKFURT, June 24- Big Wall Street banks are scouring Europe to find a new home for their traders, bankers and financial licenses now that London is on shaky ground as the region's preeminent financial hub. Even with those plans, huge uncertainties remain about when Britain will formally exit the EU, and what cities could replace London as New...

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, an upheaval that threatens London's dominance of finance. The news hammered the stock values of banks from mainland Europe to Wall Street giants with large operations in London,...

  • And even with those plans, huge uncertainties remain about when Britain will formally exit the EU, and what cities could replace it as a financial hub across the Atlantic for trading, lending and dealmaking in Europe. Among the questions being asked in C-suites across Wall Street: What's the best European city to house a broker-dealer, if not London?

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

  • NEW YORK, June 7- Warren Buffett, the world's third-richest person, on Tuesday offered strong praise for Jeff Bezos, the fourth-richest, saying he embodies the potential that can blossom when small business owners build their companies. The panel also included Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein, Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, and...

  • Inside the 2016 Robin Hood Gala

    Wall Street's top dogs partied the night away at the 2016 Robin Hood benefit Monday night in New York City, and raised money for a worthy cause.

  • The Wall Street bank's net revenue fell 40.3 percent in the three months ended March 31 to its lowest since the third quarter of 2011.. Goldman- the last of the big U.S. banks to release first-quarter results- reported a 56.3 percent fall in net income applicable to common shareholders to $1.2 billion, or $2.68 per share, for the three months ended March 31.

  • Goldman 'in eye of the storm' posts revenue miss

    Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks breaks down Goldman Sachs' earnings and shares his outlook on the big bank.

  • Pedestrians walk along Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

    CEOs keep using the same word as they address shareholders, but will it help calm markets before earnings?