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Wall Street leaders have poured more than $9 million into groups supporting candidates in the race for New York's next mayor, with most of the big money getting behind former presidential candidate Andrew Yang and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. CNBC reviewed records of donations from leaders on Wall Street who contributed to organizations supporting New York's Democratic mayoral candidates.

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