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It's OK if you're a bit of a wimp. So are some idiva editors. wholesale halloween costumes Rati Agrawal 11 Jan 2016 facebook twitter reddit twitter It's the awards season, baybee! For Bollywood it might have already started, but the Golden Globes is the first of the many Hollywood award ceremonies of the season. 

And we are certainly Halloween Costumes Outlet  off to a good start with the Golden Globe red carpet getting the fashion police's nod of approval. Celebrating the best looks from the Globes, here is what your favourite stars wore on Sunday night.

Katy Perry: Katy Perry wore a beautiful pink plunging Prada gown. We love the way she went dramatic with the look.

Julianne Moore: Wearing a Tom Ford sdfgakjkhfdsad dress and Chopard jewellery, Julianne Moore was simply stunning.

Lady Gaga: The pop star wore an Atelier Versace dress and killer heels by Brian Atwood. We think her look is a little severe, but she won, so who cares.

Jennifer Lawrence: Jennifer sure does love Dior Couture. You will see her wearing the brand in most of her red carpet appearances and this time was no different.

Jane Fonda: The never ageing actress looked so graceful in a Saint Laurent Couture by Hedi Slimane gown.

Rachel McAdams: Wearing a Lanvin dress, we think Rachel McAdams owned the red carpet. Her look is so fresh and the floral dress such a winner.

Kate Winslet: The beautiful and poised Kate Winslet looked wonderful in a Ralph Lauren dress. We are in love.

Rooney Mara: The Carol actress might not have won the award, but she sure did win on the red carpet with her Alexander McQueen dress.

Amy Schumer: Comedienne turned actress Amy decided to go with Indian designer Prabal Gurung. Needless to say, we loved it.

Jenna Dewan: Jenna Dewan wore a Zuhair Murad dress to the Golden Globes. We love absolutely everything about the look. What about you?

Jennifer Lopez: JLo decided to cover up for the Golden Globes and showed up wearing a Giambattista Valli gown and Harry Winston jewels.

Olivia Wilde: The yummy mummy is getting hotter by the day. She flaunted her fabulous figure in a Michael Kors dress.

Zendaya: If there is one person who can look absolutely different and at the same time gorgeous at every red carpet event, it is Zendaya. This look by Marchesa gets our thumbs up.

Alicia Vikander: The Danish Girl actress looked ravishing in a Louis Vuitton dress. We wish she was wearing a little more make up though.

Eva Longoria: The stunning latina wore a Georges Hobeika dress on the red carpet. With the perfect hair and make up to go, Eva got her look just right.

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Goldman Sachs, swimwear manufacturer China Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan and others formed a “cartel” in order to keep their dominant positions in the securities lending industry, according to a complaint filed in Manhattan federal court.

The suit, which also names wholesale swimwear Bank of America, UBS and Credit Suisse, claims the banks make up about 70 percent of the total market.

When competitors threatened to undercut the banks by up to 60 percent, the “cartel” made threats, the suit claims.

“This sounds great, but who’s going to start your car in the morning?” one unnamed banker at a meeting asked a potential rival, according to the complaint.

“This lawsuit is important for institutional investors and pension funds in particular who rely on the income from securities lending to support retirees and other hardworking Americans,” Michael Eisenkraft, a partner at Cohen Milstein, the firm representing the pension funds, told The Post.engoari357966

Securities lenders let investors borrow or lend out stocks as long as they’re returned after a period of time at an agreed-upon price.

The practice can be lucrative to public pensions, which make up about a third of all securities lenders in the US, according to the suit.

The banks declined to comment.