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Bringing down the house (of Goldman Sachs): Analyzing corrupt forms of trading with Lacan


A large number of press articles have appeared recently dealing with a general suspicion of corruption, fraud and crime in the banking industry. For example, Standard and Poors (S&P) have been suspected of having over-rated corrupt collateralized debt obligations (CDO)[1] to please Wall Street banks at the peak of the subprime crisis (Cassidy, 2013).
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