The 2016 Race: At Debate, Hillary Clinton Leaves Questions About Approach to Banks


Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at the debate in Brooklyn on Thursday night.

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A jarring regulatory action this week against five large banks was bound to bring Wall Street to the fore in the Democratic presidential debate on Thursday. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders differ on how to handle banks that are deemed “too big to fail.”

The complexities of bank regulation have made it hard for the candidates to express themselves clearly on Wall Street issues. Mr. Sanders, who is quite knowledgeable on the subject, nevertheless left some readers of a recent interview with The Daily News concerned that he wasn’t. On Thursday, Mrs….

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