Bankers sharing

17 Oct 2013 By Antony Currie

It posted the biggest Q3 drop in fixed-income trading of its peers and its weakest showing in years. Equities lagged, too. Goldman made a couple of mistakes and its business is lumpier than rivals’. But sharply lower pay at least shows the firm is trying to keep its owners happy.

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