Commentary: SEC's case against Goldman appears flimsy:

04/21/2010 | Washington Post, The

Columnist Sebastian Mallaby argues that the Securities and Exchange Commission's civil fraud lawsuit against Goldman Sachs is without merit. Mallaby explains that a synthetic collateralized debt obligation exists only if someone is betting that the security will lose value, a fact known by investors on the other side of the bet.

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