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Weak investment, muted monetary transmission big challenges for Indian economy: Goldman Sachs

Some of the concerns which were raised during the tour were muted monetary transmission and slow goods and services tax (GST) collections, she said.

Apple, Goldman Sachs start issuing Apple Cards to consumers

Apple Card is designed to work with the iPhone, where users sign up for the card and can start using it immediately if approved via the Apple Wallet app and Apple Pay system.


Apple Card will not allow purchase of cryptocurrencies

The Apple credit card being launched with Goldman Sachs Group will not allow the purchase of cryptocurrencies with the card, according to a customer agreement posted to Goldman's website.

Goldman Sachs upgrades Indian market to ‘overweight’

The foreign brokerage expects Nifty to hit 12,500 level in the next 12 months, up from its previous target of 11,700.

Goldman Sachs' biggest scandal? A multibillion international fraud that also funded 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

According to court documents, former Goldman Sachs employees paid bribes and kickbacks to foreign leaders to secure $6 billion in bond underwriting deals for Goldman that generated $600 million in fees.

Man accused of stealing wine from Goldman Sachs CEO commits suicide

Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, jumped off the 33rd floor of the Carlyle Hotel around 2:30 pm Tuesday, the exact time he was scheduled to plead guilty in federal court in Manhattan.


Goldman Sachs downgrades investment view

Goldman Sachs expects markets to consolidate heading into the elections and the Nifty to reach its 12-month target of 12,000 points, as political uncertainty wanes and earnings accrue.

A Top Goldman Banker Raised Ethics Concerns. Then He Was Gone.

During his 17 years at Goldman, Mr. Katzman earned a reputation as a talented investment banker and a stickler for following rules. Friends and former colleagues, some of whom described him as a “boy scout,” said he viewed ethical issues in black-and-white terms.

Goldman Sachs names David Solomon as CEO, putting a banker in charge

The change comes at a turning point for Goldman Sachs, which is trying to generate another $5 billion in annual revenue by growing its fledgling consumer bank, squeezing more from businesses like asset management and changing the way it approaches trading.

SEBI violations: Yes Bank, Goldman Sachs settle case

It was alleged that the private sector bank had violated LODR (Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement) norms, while Goldman Sachs did not comply with the merchant banker regulations in the matter of Yes Bank.