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Minnow Morgan

22 April 2009 By Antony Currie

Strip out the accounting loss from improved debt spreads and the Wall Street firm would have made money. But its decision not to swing for the fences in trading anymore means lower revenue. That reduces risk but also makes turning a decent profit much harder to do.

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