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No, the Banks Aren’t Losing

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Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase. Yes, there has been some progress in making the financial system safer. But financial reform was so weak, it may not last. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Yes, there has been some progress in making the financial system safer. But financial reform was so weak, it may not last.

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Obama Stands At Crossroads On Financial Reform

With Republicans moving to dismantle Dodd-Frank, some are urging Obama administration to push hard for a significant overhaul of the financial system.

The Wall Street Takeover of Charity

The rise of donor-advised funds is helping financial firms but hurting society.

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Nice Little Agency You Got There

Jesse Eisinger

About The Trade

In this column, co-published with New York Times' DealBook, I monitor the financial markets to hold companies, executives and government officials accountable for their actions. Tips? Praise? Contact me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)