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One from column BofA

19 July 2016 By Antony Currie

Better trading and underwriting helped the bank’s profit rebound, as did lower legal costs. Boss Lloyd Blankfein also reversed last year’s poorly timed hiring spree. Even so, expenses kept its return below the cost of capital. Aping BofA’s overhead shredding might suit Goldman.

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