Editorial Board

A Little Volatility Can Be Good for You

Investors are complaining that regulations are making big banks less willing to buy when everyone wants to sell. Why would that be bad?
Excess liquidity.

Gyrations in financial markets are giving rise to a plaintive cry from investors: Prices are getting more volatile because new regulations are making big banks less willing to buy when others want to sell.

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