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Greg Feirman

Hey Guys,

Super post on "The Best Were Worst Today" on yesterday's market. You really put your finger on what was an odd day.

Goldman is actually up more than $60, since it's close on August 15th - not $37.50. Almost a 40% move!


Thanks Greg,

We meant to say 37.87%.


Moin from Germany,

and on solid fundamentals....... :-)

via Marketwatch Goldman:Aug level 3 asset value $72.05B, 7% of total

...the size of its level 3 assets at the end of third quarter increased to $72.05 billion from $54 billion at the end of the second quarter.

Goldman Sachs said level 2 assets at the end of third quarter amounted to $494.6 billion. There may be some market activity for level 2 assets but the valuations often depend on internal models

Goldman Sachs disclosed that the net unrealized gain on level 3 derivative contracts amounted to $2.62 billion in the third quarter, saying the gains resulted from changes in level 2 reclassification as opposed to level 3 changes

In connection with its lending activities, the firm had outstanding commitments to extend credit of $135.53 billion as of August, compared with $100.48 billion at Nov. 30 fiscal yearend

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