It was impossible not to feel the same dread and helplessness that plagued the fall of 2008 as bank stocks slid into terrifying territory and spreads on credit-default swaps jumped in mid-August.
In part that's because three years after the financial meltdown, very few of the rules governing finance have changed despite last summer's enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act.
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