Goldman Sachs CEO Solomon says markets ‘don’t care’ yet about Sanders


Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said that the stock market doesn’t yet care about Bernie Sanders’ surging campaign to become the Democratic presidential nominee.

“Look at the markets,” Solomon told CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa on Wednesday. “The markets at the moment don’t care about any of this, because it’s too early. There’s also a huge difference between campaigning platforms and rhetoric and then ultimately getting elected, becoming president and having the right mix of who is in Congress and the Senate to actually create legislation.”

“It’s not something we’re spending a lot of time worrying about,” he added.

His comments are in stark contrast with those from his predecessor, Lloyd Blankfein,…


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