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If it’s good for rising Elizabeth Warren, it’s bad for jittery Wall Street

Banks have reason to worry as the presidential candidate moves in on Dems frontrunner Joe Biden

David Millward

Wall Street is becoming nervous as Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for the Democratic nomination appears to be gathering steam.

The Massachusetts senator is not only rapidly eclipsing Bernie Sanders on the party’s left flank, but moving in on Joe Biden – taking the lead in one poll and slashing his once insurmountable lead in several others.

Given Warren’s banker-bashing agenda, the frisson of anxiety is hardly surprising, especially given her campaign pledge to target private equity firms, which she has accused of “legalised looting”...

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