Fed Considers Tough New Rules for Midsize Banks
A.M. Edition for March 15. The U.S. Federal Reserve is rethinking a number of its own rules for medium-sized banks, including potentially extending restrictions that currently only apply to Wall Street’s biggest firms. WSJ markets editor Matthew Thomas explains what rules are under consideration and why a group of creditors are betting on the bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank. Plus, Ohio sues Norfolk Southern over last month’s East Palestine derailment. Luke Vargas hosts.
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