US bank regulation: Winners and losers of new finance law - Congress hands out seasonal gifts: commercial banks are free to sell securities and insurance. Everyone knew Glass-Steagall made little sense. But not everyone likes the cure. The financial modernization act is a veritable Christmas tree of controversial measures.
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