Goldman Sachs Group (GS)
$208.46 2.77 (1.35%)
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Market Cap 78.74B
PE Ratio 19.28
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.93M
Day's Range 206.46 - 211.38
52-Week Range 130.85 - 250.46
Dividend & Yield 3.10 (1.49%)
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JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs reported Q3 earnings this week and there is one big takeaway. Big banks are confident in the U.S. economy.
These five bank stocks should exceed their earnings per share posted a year ago, and they all have an edge over the biggest banks in the U.S.
Goldman Sachs will be a gold medal winner. GS stock is cheap at less than 9 times forward earnings, below tangible book value, with 27% upside annually for 2 years.
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Goldman Sachs earnings have GS stock up on Wednesday after it reported strong figures and beat Wall Street's revenue and EPS estimates.
Financial stocks are kicking off the Q2 earnings season, and any positive surprise could send these five top names soaring to new heights.
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From Yahoo Finance
Goldman Sachs <GS.N> has sent some staff home from its London office after two employees tested positive for COVID-19. The U.S. investment bank sent a memo to staff at its Plumtree Court site in central London on Oct. 15 informing them of the positive tests and saying that people who had been in close contact with the staff members had been contacted by the bank's "Wellness team". Goldman Sachs is one of several banks that has encouraged groups of employees back into its London offices.
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