Nicole Gelinas

Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute

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Senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of After the Fall: Saving Capitalism from Wall Street and Washington

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Wall Street is making money again and financial institutions could hit record profits, but the unemployment rate went up last month and businesses complain they can't get credit.

Is What Wall Street Makes Worth What It Takes

Wall Street is making money again and financial institutions could hit record profits, but the unemployment rate went up last month and businesses complain they can't get credit.

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Wall Street is making money again and financial institutions could hit record profits, but the unemployment rate went up last month and businesses complain they can't get credit.

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Wall Street is making money again and financial institutions could hit record profits, but the unemployment rate went up last month and businesses complain they can't get credit.

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