Goldman Sachs, its image tarnished by a new subprime-related legal action brought by the government, on Monday made additional comments on the case, including a revelation that it too lost money on the CDO transaction in question.

Goldman now claims the firm lost more than $90 million on the deal, which is still paltry compared to almost $1 billion in estimated losses suffered by investors. In answering allegations levied by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Wall Street firm says it made "extensive" disclosures to investors IKB, a large German Bank, and ACA Capital Management, which it called "sophisticated CDO market" participants.

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