Friday, 11 May 2018 For years, financial giant Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has advised Apple Inc. on a variety of ventures, including M&A deals and fundraising initiatives. Now, the relationship is taking a new turn. The two companies reportedly are looking to create a credit card, one that's sold at Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) retail stores. The pursuit marks the Wall Street firm’s first foray into plastic, according to The Wall Street Journal. The initiative would pit Goldman (NYSE: GS) against credit card companies like…
Goldman Sachs released a positive earnings report this morning. The stock is up over 8% at the time of this report. With a return on tangible common equity of ~13% shares look very attractive at below..
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