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Fed Fiddles While Main Street Burns

Fed Fiddlesroman emperor cartoon isolated on white - While Main Street BurnsSince the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999, the role of the Federal Reserve has changed. The Fed used to be owned by banks while high-risk investment houses were separated and not considered part of the banking system.

Since the repeal, banks have consolidated where the top four banks now account for 50% of all US Banking assets. In addition, they have merged with high-risk investment houses and become casino banks.

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