Goldman Beats Analyst Estimates on Lower Costs

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Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports that Goldman Sachs beat analysts’ estimates for the third quarter on lower costs, while revenues missed the mark, falling to $6.72 billion. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

There is a civil war going on right now.

Very good.

We will continue.

Goldman sachs out with earnings, including a dividend increase.

The defense to $.55 in the seventh year of someone continuing financial crisis.

Others would say it is over.

Lloyd going fine and team to take a lap.

Two dollars $.88. and terms of the actual numbers, two dollars 80 eight cents adjusted earnings per share p does beat the consensus.

6.2 billion dollars in top line.

Analyst looking for 7.4 billion.

Assessments of art and represents a big drop from the same time last year, as well as the second quarter.

I saw a headline and just cross on the compensation to revenue.

41%. that is a market decline from what it was in the second quarter, 43%. analyst looking for it to stay around 43% as well.

Lloyd blankfein says slow client activity.

I do not think i have ever heard that.

Expenses also in focus.

4.6 billion and operating expenses.

A big game for the banks this quarter.

Bill cohen, bloomberg contributor.

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