Goldman Has One Word For Its Q3 Results: ‘Strong’

"No weakness!," shrieked someone at Goldman, which reported Q3 EPS of $9.68 on Wednesday, making a mockery of consensus, which was looking for "just" $5.52. Net revenue of $10.78 billion was up 30% YoY, and easily beat the $9.4 billion the market expected. Indeed, the highest estimate was $10.56 billion. The bank is coming off an impressive Q2, and this quarter's results are set against what, so far anyway, have been mixed numbers from peers, whose experiences in the third quarter suggest that
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  1. “Gilded depression” as one rather eclectic, retired hedge fund manager has called it.

    Can someone call KRE and let her know it’s all over? I mean “all over” as in there is no economic depression after all, that all the boarded up windows and going out of business signs are there to ward off anti-Facists. Tell her she can come back up now.

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