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Old 08-02-2014, 4:44 AM
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U.S. financial regulatory reform bill Commentary (reprint) Review of U.S. financial regulatory reform bill in the U.S. Senate, May 20, 2010 was finally adopted for large banks to implement more regulation of the financial reform bill. The most important piece of the bill is to prohibit banks from trading, thus seem significant. We know that since 1929 the world economic crisis in 1933, the U.S. investment banking legislation and commercial banking division of open strictly to ensure that north face dunjakke commercial banks avoid the risk of the securities industry. The bill to make the U.S. financial industry formed a banking, securities separate operation mode. This is the famous "Glass - Steagall Act." Later, due the north face jakke to the excess capital lead to more low bank interest, but also because the United States to seek financial hegemony, in 1999 President Clinton signed the "Financial Services Modernization Act," to repeal the bill, Mixed U.S. banks to reopen. It Mixed banking, commercial banks are also heavily involved in high-risk derivatives trading, leading to this large international financial crisis shaking. In order to prevent the recurrence of similar financial crisis, chairman of the U.S. President Barack Obama Economic Recovery Advisory Board Paul Volcker raised in early 2009, U.S. commercial banks and investment banks separate operation should be restored. However, due to hit the fundamental interests of monopoly finance capital, which ultimately failed to put on the agenda of the bill. The improved financial regulatory reform bill passed by the times, since last year, has been in a difficult discussion. The Senate the north face jakker this week, it should be said, although there is no separate operation of banking, but still belong to the last century, the United States since the 1930s, the largest increase in regulatory measures imposed a bill to the U.S. big banks. This is one of the most important is prohibited proprietary trading banks. Why separate operation to restore the bank not to mention the bill, and they can achieve a ban on banks' proprietary trading? Those who saw Cai Chong "currency puzzle - Contemporary credit money," a book readers will know, the contemporary economy is a "two-wheeled economy" framework, in this framework, the commercial banking (savings and credit) is in the real economy layer above the virtual economy, the central bank's driving these two economies tools or transfer layer, if the commercial bank failures, the real economy and the virtual economy will be paralyzed run. Therefore, commercial banks are called "too big to fail companies." However, due to the developed capitalist society has entered the capital surplus, capital surplus so that banks lower interest purely commercial bank interest in an open competitive environment, commercial banks are low-profit status (of the central bank fixed deposit interest is poor, do not This situation exists). The consortium is seeking U.S. financial dominance of the world, we must first
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