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Trading operations can raise the same red flags as investment banking jobs, some observers say.
The $10 million fine is the biggest ever put on a public company in a financial fraud probe.
Two days after taking on Merrill Lynch, the New York attorney general sizes up the rest of Wall Street.
The big Wall Street firms have been betting on fixed income, which will take a hit as money tightens.
Some observers expect the price of oil to hold at higher levels amid continuing Mideast tension.
He's the second H&Q veteran to depart as big brokers trim back on their tech coverage.
Prices have jumped along with Mideast tension, though there's no sign yet of a macroeconomic spillover.
The stock rises despite a $10 million civil penalty and a massive restatement.
The bond market appears increasingly certain the Fed will soon boost rates.
Investors have begun to worry about the implications of a potential Fed tightening.