G.W. Bush said “Wall Street got drunk” in order to to explain the cause of the current economic crisis. But perhaps the substance which Wall Street’s brokers took too much of was not alcohol, but one of questionable legality.
“Money Never Sleeps” is a tangible interface for buying and selling equities in the stock markets of London, New York, Tokyo and Frankfurt. Unconventionally, the visitors are supposed to pretend to inhale a line of cocaine in order to buy or sell stocks.