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Shining dimly

15 July 2014 By Antony Currie

The Wall Street firm racked up record fees in both underwriting and investment management in the second quarter. A drop in capital-heavy FICC revenue, though, left a mark. Goldman had to rely on a big jump in private equity gains, and lower taxes, to keep earnings above water.

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