Last $188.22 USD
Change Today -0.64 / -0.34%
Volume 541.4K
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goldman sachs group inc (GS) Snapshot

Open
$189.92
Previous Close
$188.86
Day High
$189.92
Day Low
$187.73
52 Week High
11/11/14 - $192.68
52 Week Low
04/11/14 - $151.65
Market Cap
84.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.2M
EPS TTM
$19.00
Shares Outstanding
435.5M
EX-Date
11/28/14
P/E TM
9.9x
Dividend
$2.40
Dividend Yield
1.17%
Current Stock Chart for GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC (GS)

goldman sachs group inc (GS) Details

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. provides investment banking, securities, and investment management services to corporations, financial institutions, governments, and high-net-worth individuals worldwide. It operates through four segments: Investment Banking, Institutional Client Services, Investing & Lending, and Investment Management. The Investment Banking segment offers financial advisory services, including strategic advisory assignments with respect to mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, corporate defense, risk management, and restructurings and spin-offs; and underwriting services, such as public offerings and private placements of a range of securities, and other financial instruments, and derivative transactions. The Institutional Client Services segment is involved in client execution activities related to making markets in interest rate products, credit products, mortgages, currencies, and commodities, as well as provides financing, securities lending, and other prime brokerage services to institutional clients. The Investing & Lending segment invests in and originates longer-term loans to provide financing to clients. It also makes investments in debt securities and loans, public and private equity securities, and real estate entities. The Investment Management segment provides investment products and services, as well as offers wealth advisory services, such as portfolio management and financial counseling, and brokerage and other transaction services. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. was founded in 1869 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

33,500 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/5/14
Founded in 1869

goldman sachs group inc (GS) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Managin...
Total Annual Compensation: $8.3M
President, Chief Operating Officer, Managing ...
Total Annual Compensation: $7.6M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $7.6M
Vice Chairman, Co-Head of The Investment Bank...
Total Annual Compensation: $7.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

goldman sachs group inc (GS) Key Developments

Pumpkin Patch To Conduct Strategic Review

Pumpkin Patch Limited (NZSE:PPL) is planning to conduct strategic review. The Board of Pumpkin Patch is conducting a strategic review and has employed The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) to assist in a review of the company's capital structure. Peter Schuyt, Chairman of Pumpkin Patch, said that both the company's strategic and capital reviews were expected to be completed within a month. Schuyt said, "Investment would be required to deliver its transformation programme."

Labaton Sucharow LLP Files Class Action Alleging Massive Platinum and Palladium Price-Fixing Conspiracy on Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Standard Bank, and BASF

Labaton Sucharow LLP filed the first nationwide class action against Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Standard Bank, and BASF, for manipulation of key benchmarks used to price platinum and palladium, known as the "Platinum and Palladium Fixings." These entities meet twice a day by teleconference in order to establish a global price for these commodities in the world market. The prices set during these "fixings" also determine the prices of platinum- and palladium-based financial products, such as platinum futures and options, as well as palladium futures and options, traded on NYMEX. Since at least 2007, plaintiffs allege that Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Standard Bank, and BASF used their influence over the Platinum and Palladium Fixings to manipulate the prices for these metals to enrich themselves at the expense of other market participants. The manipulative conduct included front running and "spoofing" of buy and sell orders. These entities also allegedly shared and discussed customer order flows so they could better coordinate their strategies and increase their own financial gains. Investors in these commodities and platinum- or palladium-based financial products, like NYMEX platinum or palladium futures and options, lost millions of dollars as a result of this conduct.

High Court Judges Orders Goldman Sachs to Disclose Libya Profits

A high court judge has ordered Goldman Sachs to reveal how much profit it made on a deal that lost Libya's government more than $1 billion when financial bets turned sour. The $66 billion sovereign wealth fund is suing Goldman in the high court in London after it lost $1 billion from investing in complex derivative investments that collapsed in value during the 2008 financial crisis. The Libyan fund estimates Goldman made $350 million in upfront profit on the trades. The bank has never confirmed or denied this figure and argues that its profits are irrelevant. But Vivien Rose, a judge in the high court's chancery division, on November 2014, ordered the US investment bank to disclose how much money it had made on the deal. She said the Libyan Investment Authority was left trying to guess how Goldman calculated its profits, an 'unnecessary and expensive' exercise when Goldman was able to say how much profit it had made. She asked Goldman to provide documents showing its profits on the disputed trades and how they were calculated. The dispute centres on nine financial products the Libyan sovereign wealth fund bought from Goldman Sachs in early 2008. These derivative investments were essentially bets on the future share price of a host of western companies, such as financial firm Citigroup and the energy group EDF. The two sides are also tussling over how many documents Goldman Sachs should be forced to disclose to the Libyan fund's legal team before a trial set for summer 2016. Goldman has offered to give its opponents four months' worth of documents covering the period when the disputed trades were made. But the Libyan fund wants the Wall Street bank to throw open its files for a 20-month period and hand over the emails of a host of Goldman's senior partners. The legal action against Goldman Sachs was launched in January, in the wake of new management being brought in at the sovereign wealth fund after the 2011 civil war, when Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was toppled from power and killed.

 

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Price/Earnings 11.0x
Price/Sales 2.4x
Price/Book 1.2x
Price/Cash Flow 8.6x
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