Wall Street Roundup: Dudley's days. IPO ripoff.
Dudley's days. The president of the New York Federal Reserve released his daily schedules for the last few years, which show him meeting at a pub with old colleagues from Goldman Sachs and sitting down for breakfast with Wall Street CEOs.
IPO ripoff. A British study suggests that American banks are charging much higher rates to help companies go public than European banks, potentially costing American companies $1 billion last year.
Trading for students. An increasing number of business schools are trying to lure students by installing mock trading floors.
Send off. A comic take on the end-of-year investor letter.
-- Nathaniel Popper
Credit: Bloomberg / Peter Morgan.