GSET

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GSETGoldman Sachs Electronic Trading (est. 2000)
GSETGreatest Story Ever Told
GSETGang Suppression Enforcement Team (California Department of Justice)
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The business will now be led by Rishi Nangalia, who previously co-managed the Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading Business Development group.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET) (NYSE: GS) has said that it has added a new automated Delta Hedging feature, enabling automatic hedging with the underlying equity for all US options algorithmic strategies.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading has introduced a new spread trading application, REDI MAST, for futures and US treasury bonds.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET) (NYSE: GS) has announced that it has launched a new spread-trading application.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET) has launched BlockStrike, a strategy that provides clients with the ability to simultaneously search for block liquidity in non-displayed liquidity pools while working an order using an algorithm's existing logic.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET) has introduced four new strategies to its Canadian and dual-listed algorithmic suite, as part of an initiative to adapt to market structure changes and create global consistency across its algorithmic offering.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET), a unit of Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), has announced that clients can now electronically route equity orders to the Bovespa Stock Exchange in Brazil through its local subsidiary, Goldman Sachs do Brasil (CTVM SA).
We're seeing an increased demand for pre-trade analytics, and UNX's SDK allowed us to develop and deploy our analytics to select Goldman Sachs clients using Catalyst in record time," commented Rishi Nangalia, managing director and head of business development, Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading.
Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading (GSET) (NYSE: GS) has announced the ability for clients to electronically route equity orders to the Bovespa Stock Exchange in Brazil through its local subsidiary, Goldman Sachs do Brasil CTVM S.
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