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GS Dec 2024 410.000 call

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32.70+6.30 (+23.86%)
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Previous close26.40
Expiry date2024-12-20
Day's range32.70 - 33.65
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest49
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Goldman Sachs stock 'a clear winner' in current market: Analyst

    Goldman Sachs (GS) reported first quarter earnings, beating analyst expectations on both the top and bottom lines. UBS's US Brokers and Asset Managers Analyst Brennan Hawken joins Yahoo Finance to discuss why Goldman Sachs stock "makes a ton of sense" for investors. Hawken notes that capital markets recovery has contributed to the upside seen in Goldman Sachs' stock performance. Additionally, the successful sale of GreenSky and the bank's exit from the consumer business have helped drive "better-than-expected" results. The analyst observes that the first quarter is "typically a seasonally strong quarter for investment banking." While cautioning that Goldman Sachs' earnings shouldn't be viewed as a straightforward trend, Hawken acknowledges that the results have demonstrated "they've repositioned this franchise in order to drive earnings." Addressing the market volatility stemming from Federal Reserve rate cut uncertainty, Hawken states that "volatility drives volume," which is "a good thing" for trading businesses like Goldman Sachs — calling the bank "a clear winner in this environment." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance. This post was written by Angel Smith

  • Yahoo Finance

    Profits surge at Goldman Sachs on Wall Street revival

    Profits rose 28% for Goldman during the first quarter as the Wall Street giant recorded improvements in everything from investment banking to trading to wealth management.


    Goldman Sachs Is Regaining Its Mojo

    Goldman Sachs reported surprisingly good financial results, reflecting stronger capital markets and early signs that the bank’s performance is stabilizing as it disentangles itself from a series of bad consumer-banking bets. The firm’s results overall “show the material gearing to capital markets upside the bank offers and with less ‘noise’ from one-off items than in 2023,” J.P. Morgan analysts led by Kian Abouhossein wrote on Monday. “It’s clear that we’re in the early stages of a reopening of the capital markets, with the first few months of 2024 seeing a reinvigoration in new issue market access,” Chief Executive David Solomon said on a call to discuss the results.