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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Monday 01/14/13

More Money for MF Global Customers in the Works
The trustee managing MF Global's bankruptcy submitted a proposal to bring customers up to 93% whole late last week. Meanwhile, the CFTC extended the comment period for futures market reforms.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 9:59AM CST 01/14/13 | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
And yet still, Corzine the creep walks around free with no charges pending or forthcoming. How this guy got away with this is astounding.
Posted by Peter Smith at 10:58AM CST 01/14/13
If Anybody gets the chance watch the movie Margin Call. I think that pretty much sums up the additude about the crooks at Wall Street. Don't take this the wrong way hopefully there are a lot more good people at Wall Sreet than bad.
Posted by DAN SCHAEFER at 10:48AM CST 01/16/13
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