After Words with Leah McGrath Goodman
Leah McGrath Goodman presents an inside look at the sometimes dysfunctional world of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The former Wall Street Journal reporter examines the actions of a cast of real-life characters who manipulated commodities markets by trading on insider tips from friends on the floor of the exchange. Ms. Goodman talked with Dow Jones newswire oil markets reporter Jerry DiColo. close
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