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  • Goldman Sachs offers banking for the masses
  • Goldman Sachs offers banking for the masses
    Leo Hidalgo (2014) ©
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Goldman Sachs offers banking for the masses

Online banks are booming, attracting over three times as many new consumers as they did a decade ago. And Goldman Sachs is now cashing in on the action. For years, the bank has been the preserve of the super-rich, but since launching online, it's opening up to the masses.

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