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How the Vampire Squid Gambled – and Lost $1.2 Billion in Sovereign Wealth

The Libyan sovereign wealth fund's case against Goldman Sachs will be settled this month. The post How the Vampire Squid Gambled – and Lost $1.2 Billion in Sovereign Wealth was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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