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Women CEOs in all of Wall Street history: Goldman Sachs: 0 JPMorgan Chase: 0 Morgan Stanley: 0 Wells Fargo: 0 Bank of America: 0 Citigroup: 0 (but 1 starting next year!)

So here we are, 12 years later, again getting rolled by another Treasury Secretary, and 17-YEAR Goldman Sachs alum. In between, we had Tim Geithner (now President of Warburg Pincus) and Jack Lew (Obama's Citigroup mole). The US Treasury Secretary is the fox in the henhouse.

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Zoom is now worth more than companies such as: IBM Starbucks Boeing Wells Fargo Delta Airlines Citigroup 3M Lowe’s Uber American Express Caterpillar Target FedEx GE CVS Snapchat Kraft Heinz GM eBay The Gap Twitter Marriott Best Buy Goldman Sachs Kellogg Macy’s Harley-Davidson

Bank of America, Citigroup & Goldman Sachs are pledging to donate to Beirut relief efforts following the deadly explosion which killed at least 158 people and injured more than 6,000 others. Bank of America, the latest Wall Street firm, promised $300,000.

Wall Street is raising money for Beirut relief efforts following the deadly explosion. - Bank of America pledged to donate $300,000 - Citigroup has promised $100,000 - Goldman Sachs is matching employee contributions

Judge Swain's remand of $AMBC and $MBI complaints against UBS Citigroup Goldman Sachs J.P. Morgan Morgan Stanley Merrill Lynch RBC Santander Ramirez Raymond James for lack of due diligence in underwriting will be biggest legal case in #muniland  for last 10 years.

'The Fed’s moves have meant a $10 billion windfall for the biggest U.S. banks. That helped keep JPMorgan and Citigroup profitable despite a surge in loan-loss provisions, and even delivered a surprise earnings increase at Goldman Sachs.'

market uncertainties. Specifically, the managements of Citigroup (C) , Wells Fargo (WFC) , JPMorgan (JPM) and Goldman Sachs (GS) all echoed the same mantra - that they are surprised how optimistic the economic and business forecasts have grown and how enthusiastically the

Goldman Sachs profit blows past estimates on a trading surge. Unlike bigger rivals JPMorgan and Citigroup, Goldman has minimal exposure to consumer loans that may go bad and is heavily reliant on trading. More here:


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BREAKING: 8 of the biggest U.S. banks say they will suspend share buybacks though Q2 of 2020. The banks are: Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, State Street & Wells Fargo.

Today is the 11th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. This is how stocks closed that day... S&P 500: -5% Wells Fargo: -10% JP Morgan: -10% Goldman Sachs: -12% Morgan Stanley: -14% Citigroup: -15% Bank of America: -21% AIG: -61% Lehman Brothers: -99.4%

The greed of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Citigroup and BlackRock is insatiable. Who cares if the Saudis are starving millions of Yemeni civilians or that our planet faces a climate emergency? Profiting off of $1.5 trillion in Saudi oil is just too important.

A new Bloomberg analysis shows that six banks — JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley — avoided paying a combined total of $18 billion worth of taxes last year as a result of President Trump’s tax cuts.

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Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo have all seen their tax rates go from 30 to 22 percent thanks to Trump's tax scam. Our job: repeal it and tax Wall Street to cancel $1.6 trillion in student debt.

Today is the 10th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. This is how stocks closed on that day... S&P 500: -5% Wells Fargo: -10% JP Morgan: -10% Goldman Sachs: -12% Morgan Stanley: -14% Citigroup: -15% Bank of America: -21% Lehman Brothers: -99.4%

Today is the 10th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy. Returns if you bought stocks at the close that day and held to today... JP Morgan: +285% S&P 500: +198% Wells Fargo: +126% Goldman Sachs: +93% Morgan Stanley: +75% Bank of America: +27% Citigroup: -51%

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After crashing the world economy and costing millions of Americans their jobs, Citigroup & Goldman Sachs took $3.7 trillion in taxpayer bailouts. Now, the GOP is giving them a $15.2 billion tax break.

Shy Ex-Citigroup Executive Struggling To Fit In With Popular Clique Of Ex–Goldman Sachs Executives At White House

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