Goldman CEO on Wage Inflation, Earnings, Returning to the Office

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. posted a surprise revenue jump in its trading business, rounding out a stellar quarter for Wall Street’s biggest banks. In an interview after the firm released their third-quarter earnings, CEO David Solomon spoke with Bloomberg’s Sonali Basak.


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