Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N)
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$78,379.17|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||440.58|
TAIPEI, Aug 27 - Goldman Sachs has priced its 30-year, $974 million U.S. dollar-denominated bond in Taiwan, two people familiar with the issue said Wednesday.
- Otter Products LLC, the privately held company that makes the OtterBox protective cases for mobile phones, is exploring a sale that could value the company at more than $2.5 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) NEW YORK, August 25 (Fitch) The mortgage settlement between Goldman Sachs and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) conforms to the recent pattern of lawsuit settlements made by large global banks, and Fitch Ratings says the payment will have no impact on Goldman Sachs' ratings ('A'/'F1' with a Stable Outlook). As part of the settlement, Goldman Sachs agreed to pay $3.15 billion to repurchase mortgage-backed securities from Fan
Aug 22 - Goldman Sachs Group Inc has agreed to a settlement worth $1.2 billion to resolve a U.S. regulator's claims the bank sold Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac faulty mortgage bonds, the regulator announced Friday.
BRIEF-FHFA confirms settlement with Goldman related to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, values accord at $1.2 bln
Aug 22 - * U.S. federal housing finance agency confirms settlement with Goldman Sachs
Aug 22 - Goldman Sachs Group Inc will pay $3.15 billion to settle claims from the U.S. housing finance regulator that it sold bad mortgage-backed securities.
Aug 22 - Goldman Sachs Group Inc could pay about $1.1 billion to settle claims from the U.S. housing finance regulator that it sold bad mortgage-backed securities (MBS), the Financial Times reported.
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HONG KONG - As Chinese banks prepare to raise $55 billion in the country's first preferred share offers, foreign investment banks with experience in structuring such deals are ready to pounce on a potential $275 million in underwriting fees.
HONG KONG, Aug 22 - As Chinese banks prepare to raise $55 billion in the country's first preferred share offers, foreign investment banks with experience in structuring such deals are ready to pounce on a potential $275 million in underwriting fees.