Big Banks Can't Hide Their Taxpayer Subsidy

The debate over what to do about the largest U.S. banks is reaching a new peak as government auditors and regulators prepare to address two issues.

The debate over what to do about the largest U.S. banks is reaching a new peak as government auditors and regulators prepare to address two issues: Whether some banks enjoy special advantages because they are deemed too big to fail, and whether tougher capital requirements are needed to make failures less likely.

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