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Stephen Schwarzman

Wall Street ignores summer of Trump

NEW YORK _ Julian Gingold, a stockbroker at UBS Group, has a simple formula for deciding whom to back in the Republican presidential primary: the most conservative candidate who can win. Anthony Scaramucci, who runs a hedge fund-of-funds business, likens the choice to picking a top executive.tmpplchld "I want to be part of the hiring process of someone that's controlling more than half of my income," Scaramucci said in an interview, adding that he pays a 51 percent marginal tax rate on his earnings. "Here are the problems. Here are the resumes that come in for the job."tmpplchld In their midtown offices and Upper East Side townhouses, Wall Street financiers are...