Goldman Sachs Agrees to Pay Billions to Drop Criminal Charges Against Them
Goldman Sacks agreed to pay Malaysia $3.9 billion in league with the Department of Justice (who always protects Goldman) in return for Malaysia dropping all [...]Read More
Central Banks Buying More Equities than Gold? Why?
QUESTION: Marty; It seems when Goldman Sachs makes a recommendation, it tends to be the kiss of death. They came out and said the stock market was going to crash at [...]Read More
London Court Rules 1MBD Hearing Will Be Public
Malaysia won a MAJOR victory in a London court that will allow public hearings in the notorious 1MDB case where Goldman Sachs facilitated what is alleged to be the [...]Read More
Were Banker Ever Prosecuted During the Great Depression?
QUESTION: I was told that none of the big bankers during the Great Depression went to jail either. Doesn’t the government understand that this is the very [...]Read More
Is Trump Draining the Swamp or Filling It?
Trump has broken his word and is by no means draining the swamp — he is filling it. He has really betrayed a lot of people by his nomination of Gary D. [...]Read More
Fed Seeks to Prohibit Companies from Merchant Banking to Promote Lending
The Federal Reserve wants to take away the ability of Goldman Sachs and other banks to invest in companies rather than acting as bankers and lending. The U.S. [...]Read More
Goldman Sachs is at it Again
More than 75,000 people have signed their names to a petition protesting against the appointment of former European Union leader José Manuel Barroso to the [...]Read More
Goldman Sachs Sued for $510 Million
Goldman Sachs has been sued for $510 million in New York State Court, which is at least more viable than federal court. The case is Primus Pacific Partners I LP v [...]Read More
Is Front Running Now a Crime?
The US Department of Justice has arrested Mark Johnson, who was the global head of foreign exchange trading at HSBC, and a former colleague, Stuart Scott. The two [...]Read More
Banks Trying to Figure Out What Lies Ahead
The big US banks — JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley — have large operations employing tens of thousands of people [...]Read More