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U.S. Democratic candidate Warren targets private equity in new Wall Street proposals

Reuters Thursday, 18 July 2019
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren released a series of policies on Thursday aimed at regulating the financial industry, including a plan to overhaul the private-equity industry.
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News video: Elizabeth Warren’s New Plan Targets Wall Street And Private Equity ‘Vampires’

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Elizabeth Warren pivoted her presidential campaign on Thursday to the issue that made the Massachusetts senator a hero of the progressive left long before she was first elected in 2012: Reining in Wall Street. Curtis Silva reports.

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