Bad Week on Wall Street: Stocks, Oil, And New Hampshire

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Some top 2016 presidential campaigns are attacking Wall Street, who has been one of the biggest donors of this election season thus far.

After Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders triumphed in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday evening, the pool of prospective presidential candidates is slimming down.

Now, as the South Carolina primary and Nevada caucus approach, will Trump and Sanders' anti-establishment, anti-big money rhetoric continue to strike a chord with voters?

This week on Money Talking, host Charlie Herman speaks with guests Rana Foroohar with Time and Rob Cox from ReutersBreakingviews about how the financial sector is reacting to anti-Wall Street candidates. Is former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg its answer?


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