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Holding back

18 October 2013 By Antony Currie

The firm run by James Gorman raked in more to the top line in Q3 than its arch rival, beat it in equities trading and is less dependent on bonds. But Morgan Stanley stuck rigidly to paying its staff despite poor equity returns. Shareholders deserve more Goldman-style attention.

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