Goldman To Offer $2.5 Billion In 30 Year Bonds, 170 bps Wide Of Treasurys

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Bam_Man's picture

"the notes from the fifth-biggest U.S. bank by assets may pay 170 basis points more than similar-maturity Treasuries."

Unless you are a bond bear, buy them with both fists. For all practical purposes they are US Treasuries.

BTW, did anyone notice that honored guests at last night's WH State Dinner included Mr. & Mrs. Blankfiend? Oh, and Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Demon as well.

DaveyJones's picture

a president can dream can't he? 

cowdiddly's picture

You know its getting bad when you bounce a check, and they call the bank to inquire if they have the funds available to cover the draft.

confimationbias's picture

Previously posted by T Rex:    

 

http://www.suethefed.com/

JLee2027's picture

Debt Peddlers rejoice!

buzzsaw99's picture

Does this mean the squid plans to be around in 30 years, or not?

papercanteen's picture

This means the squid is concerned it might not be, but would love for you to ease its concern by taking on that risk yourself through their bonds.   Personally I'm not putting money on Goldman being around in 5 years, much less 30.

Dr. Porkchop's picture

...well, castles made of sand......fall into the sea,

 

 

eventually.

ThisIsBob's picture

Matthew 7:24,  heathens.

snowball777's picture

Jesus sounds like a vinyl-siding salesman in that one.

asdasmos's picture

"Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?"

- Epicurus

Optimusprime's picture

Clever but not telling.

 

This is the same Epicurus who did away with himself because of a love affair that did not pan out?  Sounds like a deep one.

snowball777's picture

Perhaps you and God disagree on what constitutes 'evil'; file under 'mysterious ways'.

And Epi isn't the first aesthete to rationalize his way out of morality.

walküre's picture

what a great compilation of epic fail.

imagine the investors would have bought gold or silver instead of sand dunes in the sea...

my property is on solid ground, protected from elements, high enough if there was a flood or tsunami with a view.. what more could I ask for.

sand dunes, sand islands, desert tax havens.. what's that word again? mirage.. yes it's all a mirage.

fast forward 100 years later, the desert is back to being a desert and my grand kids will enjoy the land their grand father bought in foresight.

plocequ1's picture

Let me guess. Taxpayer

Comrade de Chaos's picture

BTFD

 

buy the f...ing dip?

 

or be true for daddy ?

topcallingtroll's picture

If anything says top in bond prices it is goldman sachs loading up on some long term debt. Im calling a top here too. Tops everwhere i look. Kinda scary.....i am so long stocks i am starting to notice brown stains in my undies.

buzzsaw99's picture

There should be a zero spread. The squid is guaranteed by the gubbermint.

DB Cooper's picture

They'll sell them to Ben - Ben will buy anything from the Bankstas as long as it will make things more expensive for the rest of us.

snowball777's picture

Awesome...I'll take delivery of my coupon in actual pounds of flesh please (inflationary Larry need not apply).

Mercury's picture

Take down that 30yr. fixed mortgage now if you don't already have one...

bluehorsesandal's picture

New GS 6.25 41 trading at 157/155

 

Savonarola's picture

Time for another Bonfire.

john milton's picture

riots in albania, three dead, forty injured...they were demonstrating against corrupt regime...surely they aint as bad as gs...

satansanus's picture

those bonds will trade at a discount. Hell GS may even try to beat the bonds down , then buy em back cheap like RAS bastard cohens did.