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Glass-Steagall Act reintroduced to US SenateBY ALEX DUNNIN | THURSDAY, 9 JUL 2015 12:25PM
The Glass-Steagall Act that used to require US banking groups to separate their traditional activities from their investment management activities has been re-introduced into the US Senate.
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