More specifically—while Wall Streeters may make a lot of money, they aren't used to losing any of it due to lower bonuses and pay. So bankers feel the "malaise" and "paralysis" like people in any other income bracket do when a source of viable income gets pulled out from under their feet. There are bills to pay—on private school tuition, on salmon, on summer house rentals and on dog walkers—and that's definitely a universal problem, right?
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We picked out the most heart-wrenching anecdotes:
Make of that what you will.
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