Bush, Clinton are Wall Street's favorites, donations show

By Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jeb Bush is leading the U.S. presidential campaign by at least one measure: financial support from Wall Street. The former Florida governor who is seeking the Republican presidential nomination received more financial backing than any competitor – Democrat or Republican – from employees of the major Wall Street banks between July and the end of September, campaign filings released on Thursday show. Employees from Bank of America , Citigroup , Credit Suisse , Goldman Sachs , HSBC , JPMorgan Chase , Morgan Stanley and UBS gave Bush a combined $107,000. …

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