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Wall Street weighs bringing traders back to office amid coronavirus outbreak

Seattle Times Tuesday, 7 April 2020
While Wall Street firms have told most employees to work remotely, a number of traders and bankers who set up at home say they have been getting phone calls and messages from managers urging them to return to offices, some of which recently saw infections.
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