Liberal critics say Washington has been coddling Wall Street and ignoring the issue of joblessness, but now it looks like joblessness is becoming a Wall Street issue, too.

A weakening equities market environment reportedly has some of Wall Street’s biggest firms either embarking on a round of “stealth” layoffs of brokers and investment bankers, or making plans to cut staff before the year is out.

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