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Wells Fargo Hearing Shows New Fears Of Wall Street Regulation

Republicans tried to blame the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for being "asleep at the wheel," and Wells Fargo's CEO for giving their opponents ammunition. The post Wells Fargo Hearing Shows New Fears Of Wall Street Regulation appeared first on Shadowproof.
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