A new bill in Congress threatens to make life hard for the nation's big banks. With JPMorgan , Bank of America , Wells Fargo , and Citigroup all clocking in with assets over $400 billion, the new law would hit them hardest where it counts -- capital reserves.
In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses the proposed legislature, how it would effect the banks, and what investors should look out for.
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