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10 years after the subprime crisis, have things really changed?

If Dodd-Frank is repealed and regulations rolled back, banks can resume activities that have been curbed for the past seven years

IT HAS been 10 years since the start of the US subprime mortgage crisis - which for some unknown reason is now referred to as the Great Financial Crisis but we prefer to call it by its correct name. On the face of it, there have been many changes to the financial system to improve and strengthen...