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Five Stages of Trump Grief

Donald Trump once made Wall Streeters anxious. They’re past it | “You can probably cut back on the legal team and compliance”

Talking about the election result, a former Goldman Sachs executive’s emotions veer from grief over Hillary Clinton’s loss to enthusiasm for the coming Donald Trump administration in the course of a single phone call. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, he notes that what Trump does and says might hurt Muslims, immigrants, and women. But he says he accepts Trump’s win and perks up as he discusses the rise in bank stocks.

Before Nov. 8, Wall Street was fairly comfortable with

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