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Gold Daily Review March 13, 2018

Gold Daily Review for March 13, 2018

GOLDMAN SACHS WARNS: Risks are rising that bitcoin will fall through its February lows

BI Prime: Bitcoin is gearing up for a test of key support, and a breakdown puts the February low in jeopardy.


Goldman Sachs’ Harvey Schwartz retires, signaling David Solomon will be its next CEO

Goldman Sachs just named an heir apparent to Lloyd Blankfein. Harvey Schwartz announced plans to retire, paving the way for David Solomon to eventually become CEO.


Gold Prices Hold Fibonacci Support, but for How Long?

Gold bulls have posed waning enthusiasm since setting a fresh yearly-high in late-January. This has helped to bring-in a bearish channel, but buyers have continued


A throwaway comment in a conversation with Richard Branson hints at the future of Goldman Sachs

BI PRIME: The path is now clear for David Solomon to succeed Lloyd Blankfein as CEO of Goldman Sachs. His ascension could also signal a large cultural shift.


It just became a lot clearer who will replace Lloyd Blankfein at the top of Goldman Sachs

Harvey Schwartz, a Goldman Sachs executive who was considered a potential successor to CEO Lloyd Blankfein, just unexpectedly retired.


Blankfein succession plan coming into focus as Harvey Schwartz, Goldman’s co-COO and former CFO, sets exit

Harvey Schwartz, co-chief operating officer and president at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., is set to retire, the company announced via Twitter early Monda


Gold Prices May Break 2-Month Range on US Inflation Data

Gold prices may finally break out of a two-month consolidation range if US CPI data veers away from forecasts, rekindling active Fed policy speculation.


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