Goldman Sachs is going all in on asset management, Nigeria’s opposition parties are calling for a rerun of the presidential election over the weekend, and a London mansion tied to the Saudi royal family is up for sale and expected to fetch a record price.

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Goldman Sachs explores ‘strategic alternatives’ for consumer business

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