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Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N)

GS.N on New York Stock Exchange

198.60USD
20 Feb 2019
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Tue, Feb 19 2019

UPDATE 1-Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific CEO to retire - source

HONG KONG, Feb 19 Goldman Sachs Group Inc's Chairman and Chief Executive for the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan, Ken Hitchner, is retiring from the company, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific CEO to retire: Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs Group Inc's Chairman and Chief Executive for the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan, Ken Hitchner, is retiring from the company, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.

Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific CEO to retire - Bloomberg

Feb 19 Goldman Sachs Group Inc's Chairman and Chief Executive for the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan, Ken Hitchner, is retiring from the company, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.

UPDATE 2-Deal or delay? Wall Street doesn't believe no-deal Brexit threat

* Irish PM: extension possible but not inevitable (Recasts to add no-deal Brexit)

Wall Street divided on Brexit: Goldman sees a deal, JPMorgan sees a delay

* Berenberg: 10 percent chance of May's deal (Adds details and JPMorgan)

Goldman Sachs sees 50 percent probability of ratified Brexit deal

LONDON Goldman Sachs said it sees a 50 percent probability of Prime Minister Theresa May getting a Brexit divorce deal ratified, adding that lawmakers would ultimately block a no-deal exit if needed.

Goldman Sachs sees 50 percent probability of ratified Brexit deal

LONDON, Feb 15 Goldman Sachs said it sees a 50 percent probability of Prime Minister Theresa May getting a Brexit divorce deal ratified, adding that lawmakers would ultimately block a no-deal exit if needed.

Malaysian court allows ex-Goldman banker to return to U.S. to face 1MDB charges

KUALA LUMPUR Roger Ng, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc banker caught up in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fraud scandal, will be allowed to return to the United States to face criminal charges against him there, a Malaysian court ruled on Friday.

Malaysian court allows ex-Goldman banker to return to U.S. to face 1MDB charges

KUALA LUMPUR Roger Ng, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc banker caught up in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fraud scandal, will be allowed to return to the United States to face criminal charges against him there, a Malaysian court ruled on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Malaysian court allows ex-Goldman banker to return to U.S. to face 1MDB charges

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 Roger Ng, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc banker caught up in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fraud scandal, will be allowed to return to the United States to face criminal charges against him there, a Malaysian court ruled on Friday.

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