Goldman Traders Are Making Way Less Than They Used To

The glory days may very well be over for the bank’s trading division

Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York.

Photographer: Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg

The glory days may be over for Wall Street traders. Goldman Sachs just reported its lowest annual trading revenue since 2005. The bank made $1.16 billion from trading the fixed-income, currency, and commodity (FICC) markets in 2014—a 31 percent decline from a year earlier.

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