GS-PB - The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. PFD 1/1000 B

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
26.1000
-0.1400 (-0.53%)
At close: 3:43PM EDT
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Previous close26.2400
Open26.1100
Bid24.8800 x 800
Ask27.4500 x 1300
Day's range26.1201 - 26.2340
52-week range25.2000 - 26.9000
Volume6,680
Avg. volume16,500
Market cap10.132B
Beta0.07
PE ratio (TTM)2.47
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.55 (5.96%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-24
1y target estN/A
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Aston Martin to offer discounted stock in £5bn listing
    Sky News2 hours ago

    Aston Martin to offer discounted stock in £5bn listing

    Sky News has learnt that Aston Martin is working on incorporating a customer share offer into an initial public offering (IPO) that has been earmarked for the autumn. If it proceeds, the customer offer would form part of efforts by Aston Martin to build demand for its shares in what would be one of the City's most prominent stock market listings for many years. The luxury carmaker has signed up seven banks to prepare the flotation, with shareholders and company executives targeting a valuation of between £4bn and £5bn.

  • Aston Martin drives plan for customer share offer in £5bn float
    Sky News2 hours ago

    Aston Martin drives plan for customer share offer in £5bn float

    James Bond's carmaker is drawing up plans to hand millions of pounds of discounted stock to wealthy customers as part of a London listing expected to value it at up to £5bn. Sky News has learnt that Aston Martin is working on incorporating a customer share offer into an initial public offering (IPO) that has been earmarked for the autumn. If it proceeds, the customer offer would form part of efforts by Aston Martin to build demand for its shares in what would be one of the City's most prominent stock market listings for many years.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    BUZZ-Globant's stock slides as WPP decides to exit

    ** Globant SA U.S.-listed shares drop 7 pct as WPP PLC looks to divest its remaining stake in the software services provider ** GLOB shares recently down 6.3 pct at $53.40 and on course for biggest ...

  • Goldman Sachs to invest $500m in firms owned by women
    Sky News2 days ago

    Goldman Sachs to invest $500m in firms owned by women

    A lot has been said and written during the last decade about how the macho, testosterone-charged working environment in the City and on Wall Street contributed to the financial crisis by encouraging reckless risk-taking. Scratch beneath the surface, though, and there is growing evidence that leading financial institutions are trying hard to address issues such as the gender pay gap and to push for gender equality in the workplace. The latest example is Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) , which has just set aside $500m that it intends to invest in companies that are led, founded or owned by women.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Stocks pull out of five-day dive, lira lays low

    Speculation that China may cut interest rates helped emerging market stocks eke out their first rise in six days on Wednesday and steadied most currencies, though pre-election stress kept Turkey's lira near an all-time low. Investors were cautiously dipping back in the water, having been savaged again on Tuesday when the United States and China ratcheted up trade tariff threats. MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's widely-followed 24-country EM stocks index gained 0.6 percent, having lost 1.8 percent in the rout.

  • Singaporean fund weighs £2bn bid for UK schools group
    Sky News3 days ago

    Singaporean fund weighs £2bn bid for UK schools group

    One of Singapore's giant sovereign wealth funds is weighing a £2bn joint bid for Cognita, the UK-based schools operator. Sky News understands that Temasek Holdings is working with an infrastructure fund ...

  • Ex-Sunderland owner Short on track for £1.3bn Network Rail bid
    Sky News3 days ago

    Ex-Sunderland owner Short on track for £1.3bn Network Rail bid

    Ellis Short, the former owner of Sunderland AFC, has joined a £1.3bn race to take over thousands of commercial property sites owned by Network Rail. Sky News has learnt that Kildare Partners, the London-based real estate investment firm set up by Mr Short five years ago, is among a handful of shortlisted bidders for the premises, which sit underneath railway arches across Britain. Kildare's involvement in the auction, which has not been previously reported, pits it against rival bidders who are understood to include CK Asset Holdings, the Hong Kong-listed infrastructure investor founded by the recently retired Li Ka-shing, Asia's richest man.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    British packaging firm DS Smith to raise $1.3 bln via rights issue

    UK-based packaging group DS Smith said on Tuesday it would raise around 1 billion pounds via a rights issue, with the proceeds to partly fund its acquisition of Spanish rival Europac for 1.9 billion euros ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Oil rises ahead of OPEC, China tariffs loom over U.S. prices

    Oil prices rose on Monday in volatile trade as market participants lowered their expectations for how much OPEC might increase production and investors assessed the impact of a trade dispute between the United States and China. U.S. crude oil rose 79 cents a barrel to settle at $65.85.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Sterling nears 2018 lows as markets turn wary before BOE vote

    The pound fell on Monday as the dollar strengthened, with traders reluctant to buy sterling before a Bank of England policy meeting this week and another expected parliamentary confrontation over the government's Brexit plans. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) an escalating trade dispute between the United States and China keeping broader currency markets cautious, and little in the way of major British economic data scheduled for the next few days, analysts said the pound was expected to remain in a narrow range before Thursday's central bank meeting. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans face the prospect of rejection by parliament's upper chamber later on Monday, setting the stage for a high-stakes confrontation with rebel lawmakers later in the week.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Sterling markets too hopeful of an August rate rise -Goldman Sachs

    Sterling traders may be getting ahead of themselves in expecting an interest rate increase in August by the Bank of England, according to an analysis by Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) . Michael Cahill, a London-based strategist at the U.S. bank found the "fair value" of the British pound was around $1.26 using a mix of interest rate differentials, global risk appetite, oil prices, terms of trade and perceived sovereign debt risks in the credit default swap spreads. "With (UK economic) growth for the second quarter, tracking at a meager 0.7 percent annualized, we think markets are over-pricing an August rate hike, which helps inform our bearish view on the currency in the near term," Cahill wrote in a note.

  • Vue to delay blockbuster float as Canadians screen bidders
    Sky News8 days ago

    Vue to delay blockbuster float as Canadians screen bidders

    Vue Entertainment, the UK's biggest cinema chain, is to delay plans for a blockbuster stock market debut as one of its Canadian shareholders prepares to auction a big stake in the company. Sky News has learnt that Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) will begin talks in the coming weeks with prospective buyers of its 37% shareholding in Vue. The decision to offload its stake, which will generate proceeds of several hundred million pounds, will mean that an initial public offering (IPO) of Vue is likely to be pushed back until at least the first half of next year, according to insiders.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    StanChart to set up new global business services hub in Warsaw

    Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered said on Thursday it was setting up a new global business services hub in the Polish capital of Warsaw, the latest expansion by a major bank outside London, Europe's biggest financial centre. Poland, by far the largest country in the European Union’s eastern wing, has had strong economic growth over the past decade and has proven attractive for international banks and other companies, partly due to its cheaper labour costs. Wall Street banks Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) and JP Morgan have said they are also planning to increase their presence there.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    With rate hike in the bag, focus turns to Fed's policy language

    With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) the Federal Reserve virtually guaranteed to raise interest rates at its two-day meeting this week, investors are focused on how the U.S. central bank characterizes its monetary policy as borrowing costs return to more normal levels amid an ongoing economic expansion. In what could be the most consequential rewrite of its policy statement in two-and-a-half years, the Fed may signal how close it is to stopping its rate hike cycle, whether faster economic growth warrants ramping up the pace of tightening, and if it feels the era of loose money is, in effect, over.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Home24 expected to price IPO at 23 euros per share - bookrunner

    German online furniture retailer Home24 is expected to price its initial public offering at 23 euros a share, giving it a market value of 625 million euros including an overallotment option, following ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    GRAPHIC-Time to kiss easy money goodbye? Five questions for the ECB

    The European Central Bank meeting on Thursday is shaping up to be a lively one, given last week's comments from top officials. A remark from chief economist Peter Praet that the ECB will debate whether to end asset purchases later this year has woken markets up to the possibility that a shift in policy is coming sooner than anticipated.

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    Business needs to prepare for worst-case on Brexit - German finance minister

    German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Friday that businesses readying for Brexit should prepare for a worst-case scenario even though there was "no guarantee" of a final deal being reached between Britain and European Union. A tentative deal to manage Britain's transition out of the common market had been reached in March, but this still hinges on a final overall agreement being reached with the EU, Scholz warned. "There is no guarantee that this overall agreement will be reached, though we are working hard on it, as there are still open questions, including the question of a custom border between Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) and Northern Ireland, that need to be solved," Scholz told a Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) conference in Frankfurt, Germany.

  • Ex-Goldman partners and shipping tycoon launch investment firm MW&L
    Sky News14 days ago

    Ex-Goldman partners and shipping tycoon launch investment firm MW&L

    Two former Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) partners have united to form a new private investment vehicle that will deploy money from one of Greece's wealthiest shipping families. Sky News has learnt that Matthew Westerman and Julian Metherell, who both spent lengthy careers based at the Wall‎ Street's European headquarters in London, have joined forces with Peter Livanos to launch MW&L Capital Partners. Mr Livanos, who is chairman of the international shipping group Ceres Shipping, has a portfolio of interests which also include the US-listed company Gaslog (Frankfurt: A1JVTV - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    Ex-HSBC banker Westerman and Greek tycoon launch investment firm

    Former senior Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) and HSBC banker Matthew Westerman is launching a private investment firm alongside a former colleague and a Greek shipping tycoon, he said on Friday. Westerman will partner his former Goldman Sachs colleague Julian Metherell and Peter Livanos, who owns Greek shipping company Ceres Hellenic, in a new firm called MW&L Capital Partners (IOB: 0QOQ.IL - news) .

  • Goldsmiths owner sets clock ticking on revived float plan
    Sky News17 days ago

    Goldsmiths owner sets clock ticking on revived float plan

    The jewellery group behind the Goldsmiths and Watches of Switzerland chains is dusting off plans for a bumper stock market flotation. Sky News has learnt that Aurum Holdings has held a beauty parade of investment banks in recent weeks with the objective of pursuing a public listing in London or Zurich next year. The plans, which are being led by Aurum (Other OTC: AURM - news) 's owner, Apollo Global Management, are at an early stage, and could prompt fresh expressions of interest in acquiring the company six months after a previous round of talks was terminated.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Tech stock gains lift emerging equities to three week high

    Healthy gains in tech stocks lifted emerging market equities to a three-week high on Tuesday while Mexico's peso took a beating amid concerns that trade tensions with the United States could escalate. MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's emerging market benchmark rose 0.2 percent in its fourth straight day of gains with emerging tech stocks advancing 0.3 percent, taking their cue from the Nasdaq (Frankfurt: 813516 - news) closing at record highs. Figures from the Institute of International Finance published on Tuesday showed a heavy sell-off in emerging markets saw foreigners dump a combined $12.3 billion of bonds and stocks in May.

  • Goldman Sachs joins race for £109bn Lloyds funds contract
    Sky News18 days ago

    Goldman Sachs joins race for £109bn Lloyds funds contract

    The Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) has joined the race to manage a £109bn investment management contract put up for grabs by Britain's biggest high street lender. Sky News has learnt that Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) is participating in a second round of bidding for the Lloyds Banking Group deal, turning the contest into a four-way tussle between some of the world's largest institutional investors. GSAM's involvement will intensify City interest in the process, which was sparked by last year's merger of Standard Life (LSE: SL.L - news) and Aberdeen Asset Management (Frankfurt: 899502 - news) , the latter of which had managed the £109bn contrast since 2014.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Futures point to strong start for European stocks

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  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Trade war: no longer on hold?

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  • Thousands of small businesses facing closure as Network Rail sells off arches
    Sky News20 days ago

    Thousands of small businesses facing closure as Network Rail sells off arches

    Thousands of small businesses are at risk of closing down as Network Rail sells its railway arches off. From artisan bakeries to family-run garages, from Manchester to Bristol, business owners fear they will be left without their livelihoods as the publicly-owned company is set to sell about 4,000 arches by the end of this year. A buyer will purchase all of the arches as one, with tenants allowed to remain.

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