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Goldman Sachs is trading at its highest level since the financial crisis (GS)

Business Insider Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Goldman Sachs is trading at its highest level since the financial crisis (GS)Goldman Sachs shares are trading at their highest levels since 2007.

Shares were trading at $218.90 around 12:15 pm ET Wednesday after increasing steadily from $161.27 on August 31.

Both Deutsche Bank and KBW banks analysts upgraded the global investment bank on Tuesday. 

"For GS, we believe we are moving to a better...
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