Hillary Clinton says she’d let big banks fail

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 · (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would not bail out big banks to save them from collapse in the event of another financial crisis, she said on Tuesday. During a.

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Hillary Clinton has struggled to effectively answer questions about her paid speeches on Wall Street and all the support she receives from big banks. During a previous. Cooper followed up by asking.

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Hillary clinton supported tarp; bernie sanders says Break Up The Banks. All that was needed was an amendment to TARP to BREAK UP THE BANKS that had just proven they were too big to fail. But instead we got this. Top CEO Tells Elizabeth Warren He Is Above The Law. It would have been better to let the banks fail and use the money to.

So I want to thank you both for joining us and let. Hillary Clinton in the debates always answers, if the banks pose a system risk then I’ll deal with them. By definition the only way you get to be.

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Hillary Clinton explains Wall Street regulation to the. –  · Sure enough, the tabloid’s editors teed up a question about how the U.S. should deal with too-big-to-fail financial institutions, and Clinton hit back with a smooth, detailed, thoughtful, and.

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 · Where do the presidential candidates stand on Wall Street regulation?. Hillary Clinton says the Dodd-Frank law should be strengthened. She’d slap a new “risk fee” on the biggest banks.

NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UPI) –Former Secretary of State and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton said she would allow big banks to fail if she. "If you’re president and the banks are failing, do we.

OVERVIEW OF CANDIDATE POSITIONS: hillary clinton supported consumer financial protection Bureau action to end unfair practices on Wall Street and advocated for reform of the Federal Reserve and greater oversight of the financial industry. She also said she would permit large banks to fail if there were another financial crisis and impose a risk fee on big banks that engage in risky behavior.