Commentary: Europe's Bankers Need One Set Of Rules

The 11 countries of the euro zone share a single currency, a single monetary policy, and a single financial market. But they don't have a single banking regulator. They should. It's easy to imagine problems at one bank quickly spreading to others across Europe while local authorities waste precious hours or even days in deliberating how to respond.

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