Volcker Says U.S. Doesn’t Need 6 Financial Regulatory Agencies

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker said today the U.S. “does not need six financial regulatory agencies.”

“It is a recipe for indecision, for neglect and stalemate, adding up to ineffectiveness,'' Volcker said, speaking to the Economic Club of New York. ‘‘The time has come for change.’’

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