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Wall Street immune to recession

Just two years after the global financial crisis that threatened to destroy the banking industry, Wall Street bonuses have hit a record high. According to The Wall Street Journal, employees at America's biggest banks are set to reward themselves with $144 billion in compensation and benefits this year. Karl Denninger of The Market Ticker believes that if you are a banker it seems you are immune to prosecution, originally under the Bush Administration and now under the Obama Administration.

Is the stock market rigged? Dylan Ratigan Show

Dylan Ratigan--October 11, 2010—Sen. Ted Kaufman talks about why new government rules are necessary for high frequency trading.

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