Goldman Sachs (GS) said to have lost Alecta U.S. real estate deal (BX)
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Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) said to have lost Alecta U.S. real estate deal, according to Bloomberg. The two sides were said to have a disagreement over terms.
Blackstone (NYSE: BX) is said to be the winner for the U.S. assets.
Goldman will continue with the purchase of Alecta's U.K. assets.
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