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Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) upgraded to Buy with price target $220 by Sandler O'Neill

Monday,  Oct 12, 2015  10:25 AM ET by Lynn Gilbert

Sandler O'Neill upgraded Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) to Buy with price target $220. Previously, Sandler O'Neill rated
Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) to Hold on 01/17/2013, when the stock price was valued at $141.27. Since then, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 's stock price has gained 27% as of 10/12/2015's recent price of $179.59.

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (Goldman Sachs) is a bank holding company and global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides services worldwide to corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. Its activities are divided into three segments: Investment Banking, Trading and Principal Investments, and Asset Management and Securities Services. On December 11, 2007, Credit-Based Asset Servicing and Securitization LLC, a sub-prime mortgage investor, completed the sale of its Litton Loan Servicing business to Goldman Sachs. In May 2008, MBF Healthcare Partners, LP and Goldman Sachs announced the acquisition of OMNI Home Care (OMNI), a provider of skilled nursing and therapy home healthcare services. MBF Healthcare Partners, LP and Goldman Sachs will share joint ownership of OMNI. In June 2008, its division, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, and Cordova, Smart & Williams, LLC announced the acquisition of H2O Plus, LLC.

Sandler O’Neill publishes in-depth equity research on approximately 200 financial services companies. Our analysts cover small-, mid- and large-cap banks and thrifts; specialty finance, asset management, credit card and eFinance companies; investment banks and insurers. __ We also publish frequent special reports on regional trends, industry consolidation, mutual-to-stock conversions, and other topics. Our research is especially valuable to smaller issuers that are not widely followed by “bulge bracket” Wall Street firms. Those issuers often have sufficient trading volume to attract institutional interest, yet lack quality coverage. We track larger issuers as well, providing fresh perspectives, independent thinking and deep industry knowledge.

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