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Wall Street shudders as Trump muses

The White House resident says he's considering breaking up big banks

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Mr Trump's chief complaint is that Wall Street is not lending enough money. He said: "I have so many people, friends of mine, that had nice businesses. They can't borrow money."

New York

FOR a brief moment, Wall Street stopped on Monday, as if time was suspended in an alternative reality.

President Donald Trump, for the first time as resident of the White House, said aloud that he was considering breaking up the nation's biggest banks. Of course, he had

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