Wall Street’s biggest firms are cozying up to Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden and appear to be rolling the dice that if the former vice president wins the White House in November, his talk about raising taxes on investors and big corporations, is a lot of hot air.

That’s the assessment of some Wall Street executives FOX Business has interviewed in recent days to determine why the big firms have backed the Democrat nominee over incumbent President Donald Trump, who has cut taxes on companies like banks and brokerages, dialed back regulation and spurred one of the most vibrant bull markets in recent years.

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Of course, a significant reason for the Wall Street support of Biden is that he and

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