Clinton Wall Street Plan Would Face Hurdles in Congress: Analyst

Hillary Clinton’s proposals to tighten Wall Street regulations, including a high-frequency trading tax and changes to Dodd-Frank’s Volcker Rule, “would face an uphill climb in the next Congress,” Compass Point’s Isaac Boltansky writes in note.

  • That’s because of the “near certainty” that Republicans will retain control of House, according to Boltansky
  • NOTE: Democratic presidential candidate Clinton is set to unveil details later today of her plan to curb what she describes as abuses of Wall Street
Earlier: Hillary Clinton Steps Into High-Frequency Debate With Tax Plan

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