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Factbox: Bloomberg's plan to rein in Wall Street borrows from Warren's playbook

Reuters Tuesday, 18 February 2020
On Tuesday, U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg unveiled a sweeping, left-leaning financial services agenda.
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