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Post-crisis bank rules reversed in the US | Money Talks

It's been a decade since the 2008 financial crisis. Yet, it continues to affect the world economy to this day. Moves are under way to remove banking regulations put in place following a $700 billion taxpayer bailout. US President Donald Trump has reversed part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act that provides regulatory relief to smaller banks. But experts fear it's just the beginning of a bigger wave of deregulation. Nick Harper reports from New York.

Financial crisis: What lessons did we learn?

Financial crisis: What lessons did we learn?

US Migrant Crisis: Trump's ICE deportation raids threaten migrants

US Migrant Crisis: Trump's ICE deportation raids threaten migrants

US Fed cuts interest rate by 25 basis points | Money Talks

US Fed cuts interest rate by 25 basis points | Money Talks

US still feeling effects of 2008 crisis | Money Talks

US still feeling effects of 2008 crisis | Money Talks

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Hagia Sophia Holds Friday Prayers | Refugees in Greece Disappearing

Hagia Sophia Holds Friday Prayers | Refugees in Greece Disappearing

CRYSTAL METH: New drug danger?

CRYSTAL METH: New drug danger?

Election Showdown | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Election Showdown | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

The Case for Reparations | Bigger Than Five

The Case for Reparations | Bigger Than Five

Will Ghislaine Maxwell make it to trial? Ex-Warden talks

Will Ghislaine Maxwell make it to trial? Ex-Warden talks

A rise in hate crimes reported. Is it the evidence of the inevitable backlash from BLM uprising?

A rise in hate crimes reported. Is it the evidence of the inevitable backlash from BLM uprising?

Facebook vs YouTube | Busra Kayikci | 60th Anniversary of Breathless

Facebook vs YouTube | Busra Kayikci | 60th Anniversary of Breathless

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