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Lining the vaults

29 June 2020 By John Foley

The biggest lenders will have to set aside $50 bln more in capital under new rules. Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo are two that may have to cut payouts to shareholders. A bigger drag for investors overall will be the curb on buybacks, which flattered earnings per share for years.

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