U.S. list of "too big to fail" companies gets longer

06/10/2013 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

The Financial Stability Oversight Council has major nonbank financial firms on its list of systemically important financial institutions, but what that means for the U.S. or the companies isn't entirely clear, according to this article. "Risk can move around the financial system," the article says. "The question today is which firms should be on the list. Eventually it might be which to leave off."

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