After the CCAR stress tests last year, Goldman Sachs(NYSE:GS) was given permission by the Fed to push its dividend up, that ended up being a 31% dividend increase, with another 9% increase later that year. Will the same thing happen this year after the CCAR results come out later this week? In this video, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson tell investors where Goldman Sachs likely stands in its CCAR results based on the results of the Dodd-Frank stress tests last week, and what this may mean for its dividend.
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