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Goldman Sachs enters 2019 with old successes and new challenges

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Goldman Sachs has long been known as the preeminent M&A shop in town, and 2018 proved that again, as Goldman made more money advising clients on big transactions than any other bank.

That kind of M&A leadership has often contributed to Goldman having the best return on equity among its major competitors, but thatโ€™s no longer the case.

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