Clinton’s Plan Doesn’t Worry Wall Street

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289253349_a55243c6e7_zThe revelation of Hillary Clinton’s plan for removing excess spending on Wall Street has bankers sighing with relief instead of trembling in fear.

While Clinton proposes some harsher regulations, she stops far short of what more populist Democrats like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren want to do to Wall Street.

Sanders and Warren think the big banks should be broken up. Clinton does not. It’s a big divide in the Democratic party.

“We continue to believe Clinton would be one of the better candidates for financial firms,” wrote Jaret Seiberg of Guggenheim Partners in a note to clients analyzing her plan.

Find out more at CNN Money.

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