Short conflict

11 April 2008 By Richard Beales

The Wall Street powerhouse helped WaMu place $7bn of new stock on Tuesday. On Friday, its equity analysts recommended shorting the troubled US thrift’s shares. That punchy call isn t as contradictory as it sounds but it does suggest Goldman s internal barriers are working.

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