CHART OF THE DAY: Goldman Sachs' Big Round Trip

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Between the SEC charges, the criminal investigation, and the general strains on the banking industry, Goldman Sachs has gotten hammered.

In fact Goldman Sachs has now nearly round-tripped with today’s 3.7% decline, trading just a few dollars above its 52-week high and its book value.

For those keeping close score: the 52-week low is 133.92. Today it closed at 137.36

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