11/8/2012

Uncertainty about the fate of the Dodd-Frank Act mostly has been removed with the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama. The situation should lead to increased investment; other expected positives include fresh business for exchanges. However, there is speculation that Obama's re-election will slow rule writing. Regulators had been scrambling to write rules before year-end in case Mitt Romney was elected.

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