Wall Street Roundup: Goldman hit in China. Calming fears about Hungary's economy
Tempering fears about Hungary. Hungarian officials tried to dial down the fears about its economy after some ill-timed comments last week by a few political leaders sent markets reeling.
China lashes out at Goldman. State-controlled newspapers in China recently have begun throwing sharp-edged criticism at Goldman Sachs, accusing the bank of making money off China's losses.
Overshadowed fraud. The trial of a trader who was responsible for $5 billion in losses at a French bank begins this week.
-- Nathaniel Popper