How a new type of Wall Street bank is faring in the pandemic

The market volatility of the past few months has been a boon for the trading divisions of many Wall Street banks, including Morgan Stanley. Laura Noonan, the FT’s US banking editor, explains how success in trading, and a focus on wealth management has positioned Morgan Stanley to make gains during the pandemic - and whether this trend is likely to last. 

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Read more on Laura’s Noonan reporting on Morgan Stanley - https://www-ft-com.eur.idm.oclc.org/content/22d7c870-870d-4423-bd6f-6e384961f997


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