Just as the spotlight was taken off of the debacled Refco, it now appears there is talk about whether the brokerage firm's largest remaining unit should be shut down, according The Wall Street Journal.

A group of creditors currently has about $1.7 billion in claims against the firm's Bermuda-based trading unit, Refco Capital Markets. The attorneys representing the creditors are geared toward convincing a federal bankruptcy judge that their clients' money should be returned immediately

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