HOUSTON, June 29 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs said on Thursday it was reconsidering its plan to roll the gasoline component of its Goldman Sachs Commodity Index from NYMEX gasoline completely to RBOB by October. Goldman said it would roll a third of the position to the new RBOB contract in August as initially planned, but would wait and see about whether to roll the other two thirds in September and October, as initially announced. "In light of current market conditions and the objectives ...
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