Goldman Sachs Analysts Say Bank Slowdown Isn’t TemporaryChristine Harper and Donal Griffin
New bank regulations and capital requirements are “structural” changes to the industry that are more to blame for declining profits than the U.S. economic slump, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts said.
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