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Goldman Sachs Opens Investing App to Anyone With as Little as $1,000

“Goldman Sachs Group Inc. took another step toward going mainstream, launching an investing app for customers that want to put at least $1,000 to work.    Investors using the service, which went live Tuesday, can put money into automated portfolios rather than individual stocks and bonds, according to the company. The move expands the Marcus […]
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Goldman Sachs, the White-shoe Investment Bank, Launches Installment Loan Business With JetBlue

“Goldman Sachs is taking another step into the world of retail banking with an installment loan product that’s launching with JetBlue Airways . The bank quietly released a website for something called MarcusPay this week, allowing users to break up big-ticket purchases into monthly payments. Loans ranging from $750 to $10,000 are repaid over 12 or 18 […]
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Goldman Sachs Explores Creating a Digital Coin Like JPMorgan’s

“Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s chief executive officer told France’s Les Echos newspaper that he’s “absolutely’’ looking at digital currencies and said Goldman is conducting “extensive research’’ on tokenization, the process for transforming currencies or assets into tradeable digital contracts that live on a blockchain.    “Assume that all major financial institutions around the world are […]
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Apple, Goldman Tie-Up Is Latest Way for Silicon Valley to Reshape Wall Street

“Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and others pitched their services, the people said. Apple instead went with a name little known on Main Street: Goldman Sachs GS -0.18% Group Inc. The elite investment bank will soon roll out an Apple credit card that will sync with an iPhone app, The Wall Street Journal reported last week. The card is part of a broader […]
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Goldman Sachs is scaling back expectations for the buzzy 2-year-old service its new CEO is relying on, and it highlights a major concern with the economy

“Goldman Sachs is cutting a key target for its consumer lending platform Marcus, reflecting the firm’s growing concerns about the consumer debt market, according to a new report. Goldman has scaled back loan originations for 2019 for Marcus, according to a Bloomberg report on Monday which cited anonymous sources.”