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Globalization

The story of Goldman Sachs is a tale of global growth, entering new markets and advancing economic opportunities for clients and communities around the world.

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Goldman Sachs Partners with Kleinwort, Sons & Co. of London

Goldman Sachs partners with Kleinwort, Sons & Co. of London in 1897, beginning a joint undertaking in international finance.

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Goldman Sachs Joins the Tokyo Stock Exchange

In 1985, Goldman Sachs is selected as one of the first six non-Japanese firms to join the Tokyo Stock Exchange, allowing the firm to compete on equal footing in the Pacific Basin with some of Japan's largest banks.

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Pursuing Opportunity, Goldman Sachs Establishes Boston and Chicago Offices

Goldman Sachs opens offices in Boston and Chicago in 1900, thus becoming a national company.

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Goldman Sachs Takes First Step to Becoming a Global Firm with London Office

In 1970, Goldman Sachs opens its first international office on Goldsmith Street in London.

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The Shanghai Stock Exchange Reopens in 1990

Closed in 1950 after the Communist revolution, the Shanghai Stock Exchange restarts operations in December 1990, cementing the growth and development of capital markets in China.

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The Late 1990s Dot-Com Bubble Implodes in 2000

Investors avidly trade dot-com stocks from internet startups, until the bubble burst in 2000.

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The Tokyo Stock Exchange Reopens in 1949

Closed shortly after Japan surrendered in 1945, the Tokyo Stock Exchange resumes operations in May 1949, contributing to the stabilization and growth of postwar Japan.

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Landmark Investment in Goldman Sachs by Sumitomo Bank

In 1986, Goldman Sachs accepts a US$500 million investment and limited partnership interest by Sumitomo Bank in order to meet capital requirements.

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Amid U.K.'s "Big Bang" Deregulation, Goldman Sachs Joins Newly Formed International Stock Exchange

In 1986, Goldman Sachs joins the International Stock Exchange in London and becomes a primary dealer in U.K. government securities, cementing the firm's position as a leading participant in the evolving global capital markets.

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Helping a State-Owned Company in India Tap Global Markets

Goldman Sachs is the lead manager of Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited (IPCL)’s US$85 million 1994 offering of global depositary receipts—the first international offering for an Indian government-owned company.

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Speculative Attacks Force East Asian Countries to Let their Currencies Float, Resulting in the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997

In the summer of 1997, capital flight forces several East Asian countries to let their currencies float: the ensuing Asian Financial Crisis threatens the international financial system.

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