Washington Post

Banks say they hold too much capital

The nation's biggest banks have a common gripe: They have too much money.

Since the 2008 financial crisis, regulators have forced Wall Street to set aside larger financial reserves, enough capital for banks to survive losses they may suffer in an emergency - without the help of taxpayer bailouts. Now, some of the industry's key players say their financial cushions are getting too plump...

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