This time, Goldman Sachs’ quarterly results weren’t significantly worse than the competition — and that’s progress. The bulge-bracket bank, which lately has lost its sheen as Wall Street’s premier powerhouse, reported a 26 percent drop in quarterly trading for bonds, currencies, and commodities — its bread and butter. Still, that was in line with the...
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