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访谈录 2009-10-18&10-21 高盛CEO访谈

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It may well be that the world is recovering, um… but people don't necessarily feel good about it.
There are signs we might have had the turn, which, by the way, I believe we have had. Um, and again everything is a matter of probability. It is hard to be sure. I certainly expressed a lot of doubt when everybody was feeling very good. You know, you just don’t know that these things, but if I have to guess, I think we've all, you know we certain, I think we've already started to go up but it doesn’t mean that people are going to appreciate it, that was. People will start to feel good. Sentiment will lag. Um, and then also, it's appropriate that sentiment lags because the recoveries are gonna be uneven1, some of the jobs that went away won't necessarily come back because at this particular moment in time we are sort of making a lot of adjustment, that, ideal we shouldn’t be making all along. Certain industries have to shrink, other industries have to go and people who were caught in the middle can’t go back to jobs tomorrow. They have to be retrained there might be different people that get those jobs. And so there is going to be, um, a it's gonna be recoveries can be uneven and certain parts of the economy are gonna recover faster than others and that divergence2 is gonna create a lot of stress.
How do you, you know the New York Post. Um, I think it's Monday or Tuesday, I'm not really sure, when they rate, you know, the New York giants, New York jets quarterback linebacker as secondary, how do you rate the public officials during the crisis? It’s constantly talked about financial institutions and Wall Street and those people a little bit, it's a little bit, Um, it makes me a little bit uncomfortable and a little bit squirmy. When I know that vast majority of people were involved in these activities that resulted in a…in a very difficult consequence. We're seeing people come to work and kill themselves everyday and really care about their firm and really care about the positive consequences to the world of what they are doing. I mean, take Goldman Sachs, look at all the people that leave Goldman Sachs at the height of their careers and going to public service and firms have always done that. They didn't just get that way in Goldman Sachs, they were like that at the time we attract them to Goldman Sachs. They really care about their reputation and what they accomplish in the world and sometimes to hear this stuff about Wall Street as it was monolithic3 and everybody was the same and just venal4 , ah, that could sometimes be discouraging for people.

 


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1 uneven akwwb     
adj.不平坦的,不规则的,不均匀的
参考例句:
  • The sidewalk is very uneven—be careful where you walk.这人行道凹凸不平—走路时请小心。
  • The country was noted for its uneven distribution of land resources.这个国家以土地资源分布不均匀出名。
2 divergence kkazz     
n.分歧,岔开
参考例句:
  • There is no sure cure for this transatlantic divergence.没有什么灵丹妙药可以消除大西洋两岸的分歧。
  • In short,it was an age full of conflicts and divergence of values.总之,这一时期是矛盾与价值观分歧的时期。
3 monolithic 8wKyI     
adj.似独块巨石的;整体的
参考例句:
  • Don't think this gang is monolithic.不要以为这帮人是铁板一块。
  • Mathematics is not a single monolithic structure of absolute truth.数学并不是绝对真理的单一整体结构。
4 venal bi2wA     
adj.唯利是图的,贪脏枉法的
参考例句:
  • Ian Trimmer is corrupt and thoroughly venal.伊恩·特里默贪污受贿,是个彻头彻尾的贪官。
  • Venal judges are a disgrace to a country.贪污腐败的法官是国家的耻辱。
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