Recently Charlie Gasparino has been seen meandering within the halls of 85 Broad, trying to get scoops in exchange for reports on the phenomenal liquidity services Goldman Sachs provides to the markets (for the opposing view please read some of Themis Trading's recent reports or any other post on Zero Hedge). But aside from the fact that even Goldman's liquidity provisioning could be perceived as anything but an altruistic act, Charlie leaves a lot of questions about Goldman's recent record earnings not only unanswered but untouched. Janet Tavakoli retorts to Charlie's recent 180-degree on being one of the few last reporters who actually would dig in Lucas Van Praag's garbage can instead of sharing a Johnnie Walker Blue poolside with him.
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