Fewest Goldman Partners Selected Since Going Public

Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. named 70 employees to join its so-called partnership, the fewest in the firm’s 13 years as a public company, as sluggish revenue growth pressures expenses. Bloomberg's Michael Moore reports on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg)
Cardenas Says Weakening Peso a Positive for Colombia
45:17 - Colombian Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas talks about oil prices and the impact on the country's deficit, the Colombian peso and inflation, and the outlook for growth. Cardenas, speaking with Bloomberg Television's Nejra Cehic in London, also discusses Colombia's efforts to attract foreign investors, the government's plan to issue more bonds in 2016 and the impact of Federal Reserve policy on the country. (Source: Bloomberg)
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