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Follow the leader

5 February 2019 By Antony Currie

It’s the worst stock-market performer among independent Wall Street firms. Slower top-line growth justifies that, as does a tougher money-management environment. But with M&A revenue set to stall this year, rivals’ shares now look more vulnerable than those of Ken Jacobs’ firm.

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