The worries on Wall Street aren’t stopping many of the big earners who work there from splurging. Buyers are still closing on $10 million apartments, along with expensive art and other luxuries. But economists warn that the rich could be hurt by the weakening economy. And the city’s Independent Budget Office reports that the financial sector could lose as many as 20,000 jobs by the end of 2009.
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