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Wall and Main

3 December 2014 By Antony Currie

The big commercial banks are shelling out more in average employee compensation than they did a decade ago, as their Wall Street kin have seen paychecks diminish. Investment bankers still earn far more, and average pay only tells part of the story. But the gap is narrowing.

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