Wall Street Pay Rules Seen Expedited Ahead of Trump Presidency - Bloomberg
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Regulators are rushing to issue sweeping limits on Wall Street pay by January, before Trump replaces officials installed by Barack Obama, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the effort.
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