Merrill, Morgan To Take More Risk

French, Jeff
November 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;11/21/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 44, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that chief executives Stanley O'neal of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. and John Mack of Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc. have said that they are preparing to put more capital at risk in order to boost trading results in the U.S. Decrease in trading revenues of both companies; Intention of both executives to increase the companies' capital; Performance of both companies compared to their investment-banking counterparts.


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