Wall Street Seen Enduring Deeper Cuts to Boost 2016 ProfitsBy , , and
After highest net income since 2006, firms seek a way forward
`I don’t think there is any magic wand on the expense front'
Wall Street banks just eked out their most profitable year since before the financial crisis by slashing budgets. Can they top that?
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