The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) Wednesday reported a sharp fall in first-quarter earnings even as revenues declined modestly. The asset management segment was hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak, which impacted the outcome. While revenues exceeded the market’s prediction, earnings missed.
During the three-month period, net revenues dropped 1% from last year to $8.74 billion. Consequently, earnings fell sharply to $1.12 billion or $3.11 per share. Shares of Goldman Sachs closed the last trading session lower and continued to lose during Wednesday’s pre-market session.
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