April 20 (Bloomberg) -- Allegations that Goldman Sachs Group Inc. deceived its customers have done little to hurt Wall Streetâs stock recommendation, the most bullish since 2005. Deutsche Bank AG, UBS AG, Citigroup Inc. and Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. reiterated âbuyâ ratings on the New York-based company since April 16, when the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a fraud suit that has sent the shares down 11 percent. Twenty-two firms advise that clients purchase Goldman Sachs, which may say today that first-quarter profit rose 22 percent from a year earlier to $4.14 a share. One, Oppenheimer & Co., downgraded the stock since the claims were announced, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=adquk_CJZhD4&pos=6 Irresponsible. But that's nothing new throughout the ANAL yst world, isn't it ?