The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuit against Goldman Sachs regarding subprime-mortgage deals might be only the first of such actions, according to The Economist. Goldman's competitors have no cause to be smug, The Economist notes. "The SEC has been working hard to beef up enforcement," according to The Economist. "The case is the first to be brought by its new structured-products group. It will not be the last."
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