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Goldman Sachs Earnings Reaction

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Goldman Sachs Earnings Reaction

Goldman Sachs Earnings Reaction

Goldman Sachs released a positive earnings report this morning.

The stock is up over 8% at the time of this report.

With a return on tangible common equity of ~13% shares look very attractive at below tangible book value of ~$196 per share.

Real Money and ActionAlertsPLUS will be doing a deep analysis on the earnings release and sending out updates all day.

And be sure to check out what Jim Cramer had to say about the earnings.

Goldman Sachs is a holding in Jim Cramer's charitable trust, ActionAlertsPLUS.com.

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