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Wall Street Roundup: Oliver Stone's Wall Street. Hedge fund giants.

September 14, 2010 |  7:47 am

AIG plots exit. Two years after the government rescued it, American International Group is making concrete plans to pay back Washington and regain its independence.

Oliver Stone's Wall Street. Oliver Stone walks a reporter through his decidedly critical view of Wall Street in advance of his second movie about the world of finance. In other movie news, Billy Crudup has signed up to play Timothy Geithner in an upcoming film about the financial crisis.

Hedge fund giants. The Financial Times lays out the hedge funds that have returned the most to investors over the course of their lifetime. George Soros tops the list, and his returns are better than the income of many Fortune 500 companies.

Big losers. A look at the companies that have lost the most value over the last decade. The Wall Street bank that is highest on the list is Citigroup.

-- Nathaniel Popper in New York

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