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Should Volcker Stop Banks Taking 'Too Much' Risk?

Paul Volcker
Paul Volcker

Risk is back. European leaders recently held a key conference on it. Congress is always trying to keep it in check. The President is attacking it. Is White House adviser Paul Volcker right to try to stop banks from taking on what he might call "too much risk" or will it disrupt the American financial system? Share your opinion below.

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