Goldman Sachs sails past Wall Street's expectations
Strength in investment banking helped Goldman Sachs report earnings and revenue that easily topped Wall Street's expectations.
Senior Goldman Sachs Middle East banker resigns: sources
DUBAI - Khaled Eldabag, a senior investment banker at Goldman Sachs Group Inc who handled some of the Wall Street firm's biggest clients in the Middle East, has resigned, two sources familiar with the matter said.
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Why Pension Funds Are Hooked on Private Equity
When President Obama unveiled his budget last Wednesday, it rekindled a debate over taxation of the private equity industry. Many executives in the private equity business (as well as the venture capital and hedge fund businesses) pay the capital gains rate on their earnings rather than the higher rate paid on ordinary income. Even though these industries make most of their money from the appreciation of assets — the definition of “capital gains” — the President, and many others, believe it is unfair that employees of these funds are able to pay the capital gains rate. After all, these execs are getting paid to manage these funds, not for risking their own capital. Of course, the private equity industry isn’t going to take such a tax hike lying down. According to Politico, the Private Equity Growth Capital Council recently sent a white paper to the House Ways and Means Committeer extolling the benefits of private equity for America’s pension funds. According to the paper: “Since ...
J.P. Morgan’s quarter bodes well for Wall Street
Investment banking revenues were the key element behind J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. first-quarter earnings report on Friday and the strong performance of the unit sets the stage for a good quarter of results for Wall Street banks.
Cheaper by the Dozen
Wall Street is rolling out investment funds that make owning single-family homes as easy as buying a stock. Are they better than becoming a landlord yourself?