Goldman Sachs

Jake Johnson, staff writer
Presumed frontrunner Joe Biden, meanwhile, is reportedly spending a lot of time "vacuuming up as much campaign cash as possible" at lavish high-dollar fundraisers
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Today's loan sharks wear expensive suits and work on Wall Street, where they...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
bank of America
"This is the GOP tax cut in action: screwing over working families and handing...


We can't even. As tensions with North Korea escalate, the bloodless souls at the Wall Street Journal wrote a piece analyzing how the stock market would fare in an all-out nuclear war. Buy yen and bunds, they say, and don't mind "t he yield curve would likely flatten," along with the world. People have been duly horrified, conceding a likely bullish market on canned goods, iodine tablets and cockroaches but noting, in the end, "The dead don't care about markets."