Infrastructure plan's big winners on Wall Street

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Infrastructure plan's big winners on Wall Street
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The big investors who are hungry for more infrastructure investment opportunities

Pension funds have contributed to the 10-year rise in invested infrastructure assets. Here's why the massive infrastructure plan could be a big boost.

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Digital-lending startup Blend just raised $360 million in its IPO. Read the initial investment memo from one of its VC backers.

Read an early investment memo on Blend written by Greylock Partners' Jerry Chen. Here's the full memo.


6 charts show which banks are dominating the SPAC gold rush

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There were 386 SPAC IPOs in the first half of 2021, putting this year already well ahead of the 256 SPAC IPOs in all of 2020. Get inside the numbers here.


Must-know promotions, exits, and hires at firms like Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, and Barclays

Raymond James hired managing director David Barcus to lead its high-yield capital markets practice. Kirk Kaludis, who had been Credit Suisse's Americas head of technology banking, will be RBC's global head of technology investment banking. These are the people moves you need to know.

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Goldman Sachs to require staff to wear masks from Monday (BBC)

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Bank of America Approves Bitcoin Futures Trading for Some Clients: Sources (Coindesk)

McDonald's Workers And Junior Wall Street Bankers Are Seeing Huge Increases In Compensation (Forbes)

Morgan Stanley Legal Chief Demands Law Firms Return to Office (Bloomberg)

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This Y Combinator founder is selling his startup as an NFT as a way to 'embrace failing,' with bids starting at $96,000 (Insider)

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