The five-page response drafted by Goldman Sachs executives to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's third consultative paper was published on the internet in mid-August by mistake when the committee...
Major derivatives dealers say their systems coped well with yesterday’s power cuts in New York and report that trading is continuing as normal.
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The upturn in equity markets that began in the spring has led to increased investor interest in UK warrants, according to Goldman Sachs. But the UK warrants market, which was launched in October by the London Stock Exchange (LSE), has yet to see significant...
The CJ50 index that tracks the movement of Japan’s 50 most actively traded credit default swaps started trading today, with volume reaching beyond ¥10 billion ($83 million), according to BNP Paribas.
Allegheny Energy yesterday took a step towards reducing its exposure to energy trading by selling an energy supply contract to a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs for $405 million.
US investment bank Goldman Sachs has structured a €10 billion swaps ($11 billion) contract to help the Greek government meet its European Union (EU) debt targets.
Banks are developing new structuring models for corporate clients to ensure the IAS39 accounting standards do not result in a reduction of complex foreign exchange hedging activity, Risk's sister publication FXWeek reports.
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