This is the investment bank where author Michael Lewis is employed.
This is the name of the New York City financial district.
This is the title of this book describing the author's experiences as a trainee and employee of an investment bank.
This is the name of a city in England where the author, Michael Lewis, is living as a twenty-four-year-old student in 1984.
The Great Hall of St. James Palace
This is the location where Michael Lewis is invited to attend an invitation-only, black tie fund-raising dinner held by the queen mother.
This is the name of the college where Michael earns a degree in art history.
The Glass-Steagall Act
This was passed by the U.S. Congress in 1934 to define differences between and responsibilities of commercial and investment banks.
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