Central Banking

A status report on Dodd-Frank and the Volcker rule

VK Ranganathan

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Major contributors to the 2008 financial crisis included the US government’s commitment to extend homeownership, ‘bubble enablers’ such as lending institutions, the government’s open-ended and poorly supervised subsidies to mortgage agencies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, financial firms that created and sold sub-prime mortgages of ‘dubious’ value, rating agencies, a loose monetary policy followed by the Federal Reserve and weak assertion of rights by

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