3 reasons to believe in NYC

September 2008
Crain's New York Business;9/29/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 39, p10
The author reflects upon the role of three financial companies that would help in the recovery of New York City from financial crises. The author opines that J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., through its various mergers, is one of the most important hope for the city's financial resurgence. The author stresses that Goldman, Sachs & Co. has also become financially stable through the investment by businessman Warren Buffett and comments on the survival of Citigroup Inc.


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