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Gordon Gekko Tops The Box Office

Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” topped the box office this past weekend — its theatrical debut — bringing in an estimated $19 million dollars.
Gordon Gekko Tops The Box Office
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Gossip Grind: Today’s Wall Street Buzz in 60 Seconds

[credit provider=”Facebook”] The prop trading unit in Goldman Sachs equity division is in discussions with a handful of potential acquirers, including KKR.$3 billion was pulled out of hedge funds in July, according to researchers cited by Reuters. The mass withdrawals came after big losses in May and June.
Gossip Grind: Today’s Wall Street Buzz in 60 Seconds
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Gossip Grind: Today’s Wall Street Buzz in 60-Seconds

JPMorgan just hired a former Clinton Treasury official, Daniel Zelikow, to lead JPM’s new international public sector group. Zelikow’s 12-banker team is reportedly going to target Mongolia and Brazil in particular. This is the second former-politician hired by JPM to expand their commercial banking business. 
Gossip Grind: Today’s Wall Street Buzz in 60-Seconds
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Wall Street 2’s High Roller Penthouse Hits The Market For $15M

[credit provider=”alignednyc.com”] In April the New York Times outed the penthouse at 31 West 21st Street as the apartment cast as the crash pad for Shia LaBeouf’s banker character in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, the sequel to Oliver Stone’s 1987 classic. The brokers said they were banking on the […]
Wall Street 2’s High Roller Penthouse Hits The Market For $15M