Banks retreat from commodity derivatives

Wall Street retreats

Wall Street retreats

Investment bankers admit they are unlikely objects of sympathy. Since the financial crisis, bankers have been subject to an overwhelming degree of popular criticism, possibly only approaching the level of hatred afforded to arms manufacturers, large pharmaceutical companies and the tobacco industry. In response to the critical public mood, politicians have set in train a variety of regulatory reforms that will make it harder for banks to compete in commodity and energy derivatives. Consequently,

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