Still no good way to let a big bank fail

Once upon a time, President Donald Trump vowed to “do a very major haircut” on the Dodd-Frank Act. After a lengthy review, his officials have apparently concluded that the 2010 law’s approach to the failures of large banks was about right. The 2008 crisis showed how dangerous it can be to let a big, interconnected…

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