Business & Finance: Investment Bankers

The investment bankers are apparently indifferent to the hard things recently said of them in the West. Last week their convention was held in Washington itself, and they were addressed by President Coolidge from the south portico of the White House. The President's remarks were brief and to the point. After declaring that the investment banker performed important functions in American society by encouraging thrift and gathering funds for the commerce and industry of the country, President Coolidge went on to stress the responsibility which these tasks involved and to appeal to the...

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