Banking regulations could help lead to crisis

July 22, 2015, by John Norris

The situation in Greece seems to have blown over for now, and China’s stock market has been pushed to the back burner. If these things can’t or won’t start a global financial crisis, what could or would? After the 2008 financial crisis, Washington was up in arms about the risks it perceived banks had taken, and wanted to something, anything, about it. Well-intentioned, but not necessarily financially savvy, politicians drew up a litany of new...

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