Representative Barney Frank, who cowrote the landmark law designed to reform how Wall Street does business, said the massive losses disclosed Thursday by banking giant JPMorgan is proof that regulation of the country’s financial institutions. “The argument that financial institutions do not need the new rules to help them avoid the irresponsible actions that led to the crisis of 2008 is at least $2 billion harder to make today,” Frank said today.
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