NEW YORK — Wall Street is finding a way to salvage some of the toxic debt that torpedoed the financial industry.

Wall Street banks this year have significantly ramped up efforts to repackage once-unwanted mortgage bonds to make them more enticing to investors. The bonds are stripped of risky loans, and presented to institutional investors with new triple-A ratings.

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