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Bailed-out banks lobby hard to stave off limits

Target trading rules, consumer protections

By Michael Kranish and Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / September 27, 2009

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The meeting with Bank of America executives came less than a year after American taxpayers rescued the institution with a $45 billion emergency bailout. The subject was derivatives, the complex securities that helped trigger Wall Street’s crisis and drag the country to the edge of an economic abyss. (Full article: 1598 words)

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