Some banking giants emerge from crisis with bigger footprint

08/28/2009 | Washington Post, The

Regulators pumped money into the financial system and leading financial institutions last year amid concern that some of the banks were "too big to fail," meaning their collapse would severely damage the broader financial system. Thanks to some federally arranged acquisitions, some of those banking giants are even larger, with stronger market positions and greater control over lending. JPMorgan Chase, for example, holds 10% of deposits in the country.

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