The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday charged Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and one of its vice presidents for defrauding investors. The complaint alleges that the company misstated and omitted key facts about a financial product tied to subprime mortgages as the U.S. housing bubble was beginning to burst in 2007.

Goldman Sachs did not immediately respond to calls for comment.

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