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In September, Goldman Sachs (GS) called a NY Times story that it was AIG's (AIG) largest trading...

In September, Goldman Sachs (GS) called a NY Times story that it was AIG's (AIG) largest trading partner, with as much as $20B in exposure, "seriously misleading."  So what does Goldman say now that we have AIG's counterparty list?
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  • j_remington
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    Can you imagine the losses Goldman would have taken if it wasn't for AIG's bailout?
    16 Mar 2009, 11:51 AM Reply Like
  • Tricky
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    I guess Paulson DID imagine the losses for his beloved alma mater, hence the bailout

     

    On Mar 16 11:51 AM j_remington wrote:

     

    > Can you imagine the losses Goldman would have taken if it wasn't
    > for AIG's bailout?
    16 Mar 2009, 11:55 AM Reply Like
  • TR1
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    Wasn't the CEO of Goldman in the meeting to design the rescue of AIG?
    16 Mar 2009, 11:57 AM Reply Like
  • SA Editor Eli Hoffmann
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    Kudos to FT for recalling that article. Talk about righteous indignation.
    16 Mar 2009, 12:01 PM Reply Like
  • bricki
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    Seriously misleading is now a synonym for accurate reporting.

     

    Bankster speaks with forked tongue. Why is anyone surprised.

     

    16 Mar 2009, 12:02 PM Reply Like
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