Wall Street revenues are recovering more quickly than expected but compensation reform could reduce the positive effect on New York’s bottom line, according to a report released yesterday by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

The news came as lawmakers negotiated measures to close the estimated $3.2 billion current fiscal year budget deficit and the state readied a $351.3 million general obligation refunding.

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