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SEC Takes On Goldman Sachs: A Roundup of the Headlines

  • Goldman Sachs responds point-by-point to the SEC's charges. [Washington Post]
  • Senate Democrats leverage the suit as supporting evidence for their financial reform bill. [BusinessWeek]
  • The SEC's charges prompt European countries to scrutinize Goldman too. [Salon]
  • Charges against Goldman are likely just the first step in a ratcheted up SEC enforcement effort. [New York Times]
  • The Wall Street Journal Law Blog speculates what the case against Goldman will hinge on. [WSJ]

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