Banking After Dodd-Frank

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Mitt Romney has vowed to repeal the Dodd-Frank financial reform act if elected president. Conventional wisdom says that will be great news for big banks like Citigroup (NYS: C) , Bank of America (NYS: BAC) , and JPMorgan Chase (NYS: JPM) . But that might not be the case. Watch here to find out why.

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