Goldman Sachs (GS) has begun to build up an in-house bank that will lend money to wealthy...


Goldman Sachs (GS) has begun to build up an in-house bank that will lend money to wealthy clients and companies, a significant shift for the firm as it tries to cope with financial reforms and a sluggish global economy. Execs have set a goal of $100B in loans, up from $12B at the end of March.
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    ...Of the Regime by the Regime and for the Regime so that kleptocracy may not perish.....
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    First the Regime plunders and starves small businesses and privately employed middle class families to not merely rescue but fatten Big Banks with failed models .
    Then the rescued and swaggering Banks sneer at all but the most favored financially and politically privileged to create a tiny closed club of clients.

     

    Starve the many to engorge the few is now the entrenched governing strategy of Big Govt, Big Money and Big Media: the ruling Troika.
    17 Jul 2012, 05:42 AM Reply Like
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