Wall Street Bonuses Get 17% Bounce


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Published in The Wall Street Journal February 23, 2010by Gina Chon

As financial firms rebounded last year, Wall Street bonuses for employees in the New York City securities industry rose almost 17% to $20.3 billion in 2009, according to a report released Tuesday by the New York State comptroller. That is compared to $17.4 billion paid in bonuses in 2008 after a record $42.6 billion loss in the securities industry. The 2008 figure reflected a 47% drop from what was paid in 2007, when securities industry employees received $32.9 billion.

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