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15th Anniversary Issue

1993

January: IBM's $4.97 billion loss is biggest ever in US.

• New York City murder rate hits over six bodies a day. Big Apple is most dangerous big city in US and scariest financial center on the planet.

The End of History and the Last Man is a hit on Wall Street.

• The International Association of Financial Engineers (IAFE) founded.

February:

Terrorists attack the World Trade Center, killing six, injuring 1,000.

March:

Metallgesellschaft blows up on oil futures losses and quaint German ownership

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