Archegos ripple effects — Goldman snacks — Barclays internship update

Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I’m Dan DeFrancesco, and here’s what’s on the agenda today:

  • Barclays updated interns around the world on how their programs will work this summer 
  • Goldman Sachs bosses reportedly sent snack boxes to junior staff after a survey revealed 100-hour weeks
  • Experts in the product that triggered Archegos’ $20 billion margin call break down the blowup
  • Insatiable demand for riskier debt is enabling sponsors to draft aggressive credit agreements

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Goldman Sachs bosses reportedly sent snack boxes to junior staff after a survey revealed brutal 100-hour weeks

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