|会社名||Goldman Sachs Group Inc. （GS ゴ―ルドマン・サックス・グル―プ）|
|概要||事業概要 ゴールドマン･サックス･グループ(The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.)は企業、金融機関、政府、個人に各種金融サービスを提供する投資銀行、証券と投資管理会社である。同社は4つの事業区分により構成される。投資銀行事業は財務アドバイザリーと引受事業を含む。機関投資家サービス事業は市場を作り、債券、株式、通貨とコモディティ商品の取引を促進する。投資・貸付活動事業は負債証券とローン、公的・私的株式証券、インフラストラクチャー及び不動産等の各種資産クラスにわたる投資とリレーションシップ・バンキング事業を含む。投資管理事業は投資とウェルス・アドバイザリー・サービスを提供する。 ゴ―ルドマン・サックスは米国大手の投資銀行。企業、金融機関、政府機関、個人に対し投資銀行、証券、資産運用事業を米国内外で展開。合併買収、財務再編関連アドバイス、株式、債券引受業務のほか、機関投資家に対し債券、株式、証券、金属商品、外貨、デリバティブ商品の仲介、融資・投資アドバイスや資産運用管理サ―ビスも提供。本社はニューヨーク。 The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Goldman Sachs Group Inc revenues increased 22% to $53.18B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 16% to $9.37B. Revenues reflect Investing_Lending segment increase of 25% to $8.25B Americas segment increase of 13% to $22.34B Net Interest Margin Total -% increase of 19% to 0.43% Net Interest Spread Total -% increase of 15% to 0.31%.|
The last 2 recessions have skewed the market’s expectations, and a coming downturn may not be as mild as some expect 2022/08/06 12:30:00 Business Insider Nederlands
Bank of America , Goldman Sachs , Morgan Stanley , and other banks have predicted a recession on the horizon. But it''s too early to tell how severe it will be and predictions are likely skewed by the last two recessions. Economists told Insider they didn''t think a recession would be as severe as 2008 or 2020, but it might not be mild either. It''s been a chaotic year for markets as investors scramble to position for a recession that many top banks say is all but certain. Bank of America , Goldman Sachs , Morgan Stanley , and other major firms have called for a recession this year or next, with most analysts seeing at least a mild downturn hitting the US economy. But the predictions of a "mild" recession are skewed by the experience of much deeper recessions in the past decade and a half, economists say, and it''s too soon for market watchers to say a potential downturn in the near term will be mild. "The last two recessions really were extraordinary," Thomas Coleman said, a lecturer at the University of Chicago''s Harris School.
JPM Says 75bp Hike In September Now "Looks Likely" With Goldman Still At 50bp 2022/08/05 17:05:00 Zero Hedge
JPM Says 75bp Hike In September Now "Looks Likely" With Goldman Still At 50bp According to superficial reads of today''s jobs report (which however are sorely lacking for reasons we explained earlier ), the July jobs report "blew the doors off expectations" in the words of JPMorgan, as nonfarm employment increased by 528,000 and the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.5%, the lowest in over a half century. What does that mean for the Fed? Well as we noted earlier in the handful of Wall Street kneejerk reaction we summarized, many strategists believe that a Fed pivot is now out of the picture and a 75bps rate hike in September is all too likely. In this post we will focus on just two, the most important ones - the views of JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs. Starting with the first, JPM''s chief economist Michael Feroli writes this morning that today’s numbers "should mollify recession fears but amplify concerns that the Fed has a lot more work to do" and he now thinks "a 75bp hike in September looks likely." He continues: The inflation worries motivating the Fed will only be heightened by this jobs report, as average hourly earnings increased a firm 0.5% last month and were revised up a tick in June, leaving the year-ago figure running a hot 5.2%.
Goldman Sachs’s credit card division under investigation by CFPB 2022/08/05 10:06:00 Finextra Research
Goldman Sachs’ credit cards unit undergoing investigation by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Goldman Sachs, bank behind the Apple Card, says regulators are investigating credit card practices 2022/08/05 04:37:05 Business Mag
As part of CEO David Solomon''s push into retail banking, Goldman launched the Apple Card in 2019.
July Payrolls Preview: What''s Better For Markets 400K Or A Negative Print? 2022/08/05 02:40:11 Zero Hedge
July Payrolls Preview: What''s Better For Markets 400K Or A Negative Print? Heading into tomorrow''s main event - the nonfarm payrolls print (which is the appetizer for CPI next Wednesday), JPMorgan''s trading desk asked a rhetorical question: what''s better for markets: 50K or 400K jobs for NFP? It answered as follows: " 50K NFP gets the Fed closer to “Mission Accomplished” as they are nearly there with housing markets (lower prices pending). I think a 400k print would have bond yields reprice higher, potentially taking the 10Y yield above 3% which has acted as a resistance point for Equities, recently." In other words, good news is bad, and bad news is great news, precisely as we said would be the norm moments after last week''s Powell presser in which he said that forward guidance is now dead and instead the Fed is data dependent. Goldman agrees, and flow trader John Flood writes in his EOD wrap that "we are firmly in a BAD is GOOD and vice versa tape right now." He adds that whereas Goldman estimates a +225k headline print (vs +372 prior and +250k consensus).
Key Events In The "Massive Week Ahead" 2022/01/10 14:24:05 Zero Hedge
Key Events In The "Massive Week Ahead" After a relatively quiet start to the year on the economic event front, if not in markets where last week''s FOMC Minutes sparked the worst bond rout since 2020 triggering the worst first week for the Nasdaq since the dot com bubble burst ... we have a "simply a massive week ahead for markets" according to Nomura''s Charlie McElligott, with Powell testimony and bunches of Fed speakers, along with US economic releases headlined by the markets most important datapoint in the CPI release Wednesday, in addition to PPI, Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment over the course of the week, plus two Duration-heavy auctions ($36B of 10Y and $22B 30Y, on top of tomorrows $52B 3Y) and finally, US corporate earnings season kickoff (highlighted by JPM, C and WFC this upcoming Friday) Picking up the weekly preview baton, Rabobank writes that there will be little opportunity not to think about the Fed in the week ahead. The Bloomberg market consensus for Wednesdays US December CPI inflation release stands at an astounding 7% y/y.
Tesla Slips Under $1000, Continuing Longest Losing Streak In 10 Months, Despite Goldman PT Hike 2022/01/10 14:05:00 Zero Hedge
Tesla Slips Under $1000, Continuing Longest Losing Streak In 10 Months, Despite Goldman PT Hike Shares of Tesla have slipped under $1000 per share in the pre-market session this morning, setting up to extend a 5 day losing streak for the company. The streak of down days, should it continue through today''s cash session, would be the longest losing streak for the EV company in 10 months, Bloomberg noted this morning. The move comes in the weeks following Elon Musk offloading more than $10 billion worth of stock. Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs, who has been involved in numerous Tesla fee-nancings financing efforts in the past, has name the automaker its "Top 2022 Pick" heading into the new year. The investment bank said that Tesla is ".. best-positioned to benefit from broad-based EV market growth .. given its strong market share, global presence (including new factories it is ramping this year ..) and its leadership position in clean transportation/EVs .." "We expect Tesla to expand margins in the intermediate term as it ramps the important Model Y product as well as new factories in Berlin, Germany and Austin, Texas, and in the long-term as it increases its mix of software revenue," Goldman wrote in a Sunday note. "We see upside to FactSet consensus estimates in the next few years.
Reddit''s "Antiwork" Forum Booms As Millions Of Americans Refuse Traditional Employment 2022/01/09 17:00:00 Zero Hedge
Reddit''s "Antiwork" Forum Booms As Millions Of Americans Refuse Traditional Employment The unprecedented economic ructions caused by the pandemic (and, more importantly, the lockdowns and job-destroying restrictions on business that governments ordered in response to the pandemic) have forced many of Americans to dramatically rethink their relationship with work. Clearly, there''s something going on with the labor market. While JOLTS data show that millions of workers in the US continue to quit their jobs (and it''s not just low-paying jobs in retail and hospitality; increasingly white collar jobs are being left open), the last three months have yielded jobs creation numbers that have disappointed expectations (but are apparently still strong enough to justify a March rate hike by the Fed). Massive gains in crypto and equity markets since the start of the pandemic have given many Americans breathing room allowing them to pursue "alternative" lifestyles (be it "vanlife" or taking a stab at starting a small business of their own, even if that business is a simple dog-walking business).
3 Must-Have Goldman Sachs Mutual Funds for Your Portfolio | Investing.com 2022/01/07 14:40:07 Investing.com
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An ETF for an Evolving Sustainable Investing Landscape 2021/12/23 18:46:53 ETF Trends
Whether its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) or more nuanced climate-aware and sustainability-focused strategies, the good news for investors in 2021 is that many of these strategies evolved. That is to say, many of the exchange traded funds residing in these categories are becoming more relevant and focused. Those descriptions apply to the Goldman Sachs  The post An ETF for an Evolving Sustainable Investing Landscape appeared first on ETF Trends .
Adams Wealth Management Has $9.49 Million Stake in Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta U.S. Large Cap Equity ETF (NYSEARCA:GSLC) 2021/12/23 16:34:42 Dakota Financial News
Adams Wealth Management lifted its stake in Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta U.S. Large Cap Equity ETF (NYSEARCA:GSLC) by 14.3% in the 3rd quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC. The firm owned 110,317 shares of the company’s stock after buying an additional 13,833 shares during the period. Goldman […]
This Christmas, If You Can''t Be Good, Buy The BAD ETF 2021/12/23 16:27:46 Zero Hedge
This Christmas, If You Can''t Be Good, Buy The BAD ETF We know, we know…the launch of yet another ETF. You can hardly contain your excitement, right? After all, Goldman Sachs Group, BNY Mellon, JPMorgan Chase and Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management have all launched ETFs in December, at least one of which claims to be focused on ESG investments and "transparency". But the latest ETF offering - the BAD ETF - is actually a breath of fresh air in a market environment where everyone is pushing and shoving to be the most ESG compliant while using the most green energy buzzwords. The new ETF "tracks companies that make most of their cash from selling alcohol or cannabis, casinos or gaming, and developing pharmaceutical products," according to Yahoo! News . Tommy Mancuso, president and founder of the BAD Investment Company, which owns the EQM BAD Index that BAD will track, told Yahoo: “We don’t think social stigma should be a primary factor when it comes to deciding what’s a good investment.” He continued: “It’s kind of almost up to someone’s discretion on what’s considered ESG and what’s not.
Membership Collective Group Inc (NYSE:MCG) Major Shareholder Goldman Sachs Group Inc Acquires 2,963 Shares of Stock 2021/12/23 13:46:42 Dakota Financial News
Membership Collective Group Inc (NYSE:MCG) major shareholder Goldman Sachs Group Inc purchased 2,963 shares of the companys stock in a transaction dated Monday, July 19th. The shares were acquired at an average price of $10.72 per share, with a total value of $31,763.36. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which 
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