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Lonely hearts

28 Jun 2018 By Gina Chon

Lobbyists for the likes of Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan want watchdogs to reduce a capital surcharge, arguing it’s superfluous. The Fed wants to give it more weight. It’s another example of how smaller banks benefit most from the president’s pledges to roll back post-crisis rules.

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