The Partnership Economy explores the power of partnerships through candid conversations and stories with industry leaders. Our hosts, David A. Yovanno, CEO and Todd Crawford, Co-founder, of impact.com, unpack the future of partnerships as a lever for scale and an opportunity to put the consumer first.
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US equity markets rallied as investors digested the latest corporate earnings releases and news of the latest walk back on the tax proposals - Dow gained -551-points or +1.86%, Goldman Sachs Group Inc rose +2.24% following a Wall Street Journal report that the investment bank plans to fold its biggest businesses into three divisions, combining its flagship investment-banking and trading businesses into one unit, while merging asset and wealth management into another, according to people familiar with the matter. A third division will reportedly house transaction banking, the bank’s portfolio of financial-technology platforms, specialty lender GreenSky, and its ventures with Apple Inc and General Motors Co. The broader S&P500 +2.65%, with Consumer Discretionary (up 4.23%), Real Estate (+3.89%), Communication Services (+3.34%) and Information Technology (+3.09%) all climbing over >3% to lead all eleven primary sectors higher. The Nasdaq soared +3.43%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 +3.17%.