Goldman Sachs

NYSE: GS
$355.85
+$2.03 (+0.6%)
Closing price August 15, 2022
The third-quarter earnings reporting season is underway, and Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs shared their results on Wednesday morning.
A new earnings reporting season kicks off this week, with the big banks and a few other companies leading the way. These results will be an important barometer for what comes next.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, BP, Chevron, DraftKings, Exxon Mobile, FedEx, NextEra Energy, Nikola, Penn National, Twitter and Zillow.
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The Federal Reserve on Monday announced the capital requirements for the nation's 34 largest banks. Eleven of the banks are required to maintain at least 10% of total assets as an emergency fund.
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Trading revenues soared at Goldman Sachs during the second quarter, offsetting even a big jump in the bank's provision for losses.
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Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Altria, Apple, Caterpillar, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Nikola, Nokia, Novavax, Transocean, Valero Energy, Walt Disney and Wells Fargo.
The Federal Reserve has created a formula to determine whether a bank can pay third-quarter dividends. Of the nation's eight largest banks, seven have said they will pay their dividends.
The Federal Reserve Bank on Thursday released the results of its required stress tests on the nation's biggest banks.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Comerica, Costco, Caesars Entertainment, GameStop, Goldman Sachs, Plug Power, Replimune, Tyson Foods and Wells Fargo.