From Bloomberg terminals to Zoom, traders at Wall Street's biggest firms are building massive work-from-home setups to get an edge. We spoke to dozens of insiders about how they're handling unprecedented market chaos.
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Much of Wall Street's trading force is now working from home. But trading remotely comes with disadvantages. 

"Trading from home has never been done," a trading at exec at one of the biggest banks told Business Insider, referring to the company's business continuity plans. "It was not part of our playbook."

Many large banks have replicated a trader's office setup in their living room, including computers, monitors, Bloomberg terminal access,...

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