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Wall Street Banks Expected To Pay $64B Worth Of Bonuses In 2010

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NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) - New York's financial sector will pay an estimated $64.2 billion in bonuses this year, up from about $57 billion in 2009, though still around $19 billion less than the amount paid out in 2008, the state budget division forecast on Tuesday.

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