Wall Street strategy rethink likely after Obama is re-elected

The financial industry largely bet on Mitt Romney to win the presidential election, but President Barack Obama's re-election is expected to force the sector to rebuild its relationship with the administration and its appointed regulators. "I think the Obama win ... will lead to more accountability and tighter regulation on Wall Street," said Chris Tobe, a principal at Stable Value Consultants. "Especially after a big shift to Romney from Wall Street, Obama, I believe, will be less likely to hold back on regulation this term."

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