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Timothy Geithner: 'Of course' big banks are still too big to fail

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U.S. big banks remain too big to fail without bringing down the financial system, according to former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who said that the efforts to prevent banks from receiving future bailouts are “like Moby-Dick for economists or regulators. It's not just quixotic, it's misguided.” New York Times financial reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin interviewed Geithner, President Obama's...

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