Dodd-Frank reform passes US Senate but the House will be tough (Premium)

The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act passed the US Senate last week with important roll backs of the Volcker Rule and US Leverage Ratio. This is the first step towards amending the 20% of rules that must be changed in Congress (the other 80% can be changed by regulatory agencies acting without Congress). However, the US House has other ideas about reform. It may be difficult to get anything done.
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