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Indeks S&P500 Dan Dow Jones Anjlok Sementara Nasdaq Naik Capai Rekor Di 4,598.19

Bursa saham Amerika ditutup anjlok dini hari tadi,  indeks S & P 500 kehilangan 0,1 persen menjadi 2,002.28 pada 04:00 waktu New York. Indeks Dow Jones Industrial Average tergelincir 30,89 poin, atau 0,2 persen, ke 17,067.56. 476 more words

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Eric Cantor Joins Wall Street Bank

The Wall Street Journal reported that former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who was defeated in a Republican primary earlier this year, will be joining the Wall Street investment bank Moelis. 109 more words

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Surprise! Surprise! Eric Cantor lands job on Wall Street starting at $3.4 Million

After Rep. Eric Cantor lost his primary to a tea party challenger in June, he could have stayed on as a lame duck, collecting his salary and voting as a full member of Congress through January 2015.

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No Soup for You!

In case you were worried that the IRS is spending too much time tracking down tea party groups and internal emails related to them, rest assured that the Treasury spooks have a new target: free lunches. 406 more words

How Goldman Sachs and McKinsey keep a steady flow of Ivy League recruits

It’s easy to imagine that the well-trodden path from the Ivy League to Wall Street has always existed. But it’s a relatively recent phenomenon, nurtured through deliberate effort and investment in the 1980s. 560 more words

The Question Marks Surrounding Wall Street Trading

What don’t we know about the way the markets work?
Provided by Marilyn Evans

In a perfect world, the financial markets would be entirely transparent and without mysteries. 872 more words

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Cantor Joining New York Investment Bank As Vice Chairman

NEW YORK (CBSDC/AP) — Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is joining investment bank Moelis & Co. as vice chairman and managing director.

Cantor — who had a surprising loss to David Brat in Virginia’s June primary — will also become a board member, the New York company said Tuesday. 254 more words

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