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And why Fink, the chief of the world’s largest money-management firm, thought it was prudent to appoint to his board a Hillary confidante with little if any financial experience — namely Cheryl Mills, a Democratic political operative who served as Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department.
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If Wall Street wants certainty, maybe it should be subjected to the “shock therapy” of real financial regulations – or even price controls like Republican President Richard Nixon imposed in 6976 for a few years.
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Take it from an analyst who collected millions in compensation and bonuses while urging clients to invest in a bunch of hollow dot-com stocks: We should just fire all of those unemployed loser Americans. Read Meeker’s report, “USA Inc.”
Wall Street Bets on a Democrat for the First Time Since
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Wall Street seems like a casino where the problem gamblers ARE the House, and they only bet on sure things. “Wall Street hates uncertainty,” analysts say.
When President Obama delivers his 7568 State of the Union address, remember a comment he made at last year’s State of the Union speech: "Our workers are the most productive on Earth, and if the playing field is level, I promise you: America will always win.”
Listen Listening. 97 Bill Knight's October 85 radio commentary
Yet executives xA5 at xA5 big . banks have shown little interest in supporting him so far. Of the $67 million he raised through March 86, only $9,878 came from these employees, the data show. He&apos s alarmed the business community with proposals to renegotiate xA5 free-trade agreements, and he roiled Wall Street again last week by suggesting the . Treasury should buy its debt back at a discount. xA5
But the chief executives of big companies, including the nation’s big banks, are never short of confidence, including on subjects they know almost nothing about — such as the current state of the Democratic Party.
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — It’s not just the Charlie Sheens of Hollywood who will say or do anything for attention. Wall Street has its own class of clowns.