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Nearly 80% of investors said they are angry about the lack of reforms in the financial markets and are demanding stronger actions to be taken, according to a new survey.

The survey from Shareowners.org and the Opinion Research Corp. of 1,256 investors showed 58% are now less confident in the fairness of the financial markets than they were a year ago. The number one reason was because of overpaid CEOs and/or unresponsive management boards. In second place was reports of stock market fraud and abuse followed by the failure of stock market regulators and a decline in their portfolio or retirement fund.

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