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Feds look into Wall Street's vulnerability to natural disasters, train crashes and other accidents

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Instead of subprime mortgages, it's train crashes, tsunamis, earthquakes and nuclear meltdowns that federal banking regulators are worrying about. A Senate hearing Wednesday brought concerns about Wall Street's involvement in and exposure to commerce in physical commodities to the fore of the effort to regulate big banks in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Before Wednesday's hearing held...

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