Introducing the new sheriff of Wall Street

The financial sector has not bought the next Democratic administration, says John Dizard
Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, speaks during the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Thursday, July 28, 2016. Division among Democrats has been overcome through speeches from two presidents, another first lady and a vice-president, who raised the stakes for their candidate by warning that her opponent posed an unprecedented threat to American diplomacy. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
While Hillary Clinton may be president, the sheriff of Wall Street will be Senator Elizabeth Warren © Bloomberg

Wall Street people, or their lobbyists and lawyers, are spending a lot of time parsing the Democratic party’s policies and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s speeches or musings about economic policy. Moneyed financial-sector Democrats are writing cheques and showing up at supposedly elite campaign events.