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Wall Street: Goldman Sachs / Fraud Charges #970899

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 16, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams, Dylan Ratigan) The charges against Goldman Sachs bank for selling fraudulent investments and betting they would collapse discussed.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Goldman’s fraud scheme examined; details given about the role of hedge fund manager John Paulson’s firm in creating a package designed to fail; response from Goldman quoted. [CNBC’s David FABER†- states it’s an important moment for the financial system.] [Columbia University professor John COFFEE†- says the style at the SEC has changed.] [Former PROSECUTOR – says Goldman will be vindicated.] [SEC director of enforcement Robert KHUZAMI†- notes implications for other firms.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Stock loss for Goldman cited; Stock Market Report.

(Studio: Brian Williams, Dylan Ratigan) Who got hurt in this scheme discussed.

Dylan, Brian Williams,;
Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Brian

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