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U.S. Morning Call: Goldman Sachs loses 2 top traders

Thursday, January 12, 2012 - 02:35

Jan. 12 - Goldman Sachs said that two high-ranking leaders of its trading business have left the firm as Wall Street executives come under more pressure to cut costs.

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Here's your morning call for this Thursday to high ranking Goldman Sachs executives are calling it -- -- financial firms come under pressure to contain costs. David Heller an advertisement in the Goldman's board co heads of the securities trading -- departing. They aren't the only ones while Bank of Scotland announced this morning it is Kenny Perry 500 that's banking jobs. While the right to change I hate that it is closing 113 food lion stores in the US and eliminating 4900 on us. A different story for President Obama and the Democrats Obama's campaign manager Jim Messina as saying in a video to supporters today. Campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Raised more than 68 million dollars in the fourth quarter of last year. That's nearly triple the 24 million Republican front runner Mitt Romney and again. A report out today that's foreclosure filings hit a four year low in 2011. But don't think this is another sign of recovery in housing market. Realty track attribute the decline to a slow down in the processing. Islands which includes default notices scheduled auctions and angry possessions. Nevada has the highest foreclosure rate forty bit here in a row with wine. -- sixteen homes receiving at least one foreclosure filing last year. Thomson Reuters -- our market sees more improvement for the US labor market today. It expects weekly jobless claims involved 367000. From 372000. Last week. The consensus forecast calls for -- lightning that report out at 8:30 AM. Retail sales also out of that time economists see gains in December from -- -- Stocks to watch today we can't -- it -- and -- it down close to 2% premarket after issuing an earnings warning. Late Wednesday and Williams-Sonoma which this morning cut its fourth quarter outlook because had he hit county. During the holiday season. And I'm Warren Buffett is putting his money where his mouth is and asking Republicans. To help with this -- The oracle I'm telling time magazine he would donate one dollar to pay down the national debt for every dollar denominated -- Republican congress. But it happened at the rich off to him like this. He paid his biggest copper fourth senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell saying he would donate three bucks for every dollar McConnell contributed. McConnell said earlier that about it felt guilty about paying too little in taxes he should send in a -- And eight in the house but -- happen to extend its offer. That's morning this Thursday I'm Jen Rodgers and that -- -- it either.

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U.S. Morning Call: Goldman Sachs loses 2 top traders

Thursday, January 12, 2012 - 02:35