Regulator Relief Is Good for Financial ETFs

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The U.S. financial sector and related exchange traded funds have been falling behind the broader equities market after the global financial downturn that triggered a rash of new rules for financial institutions, limiting the profitability of many banks. After a decade of rebuilding, the powers that be are finally rolling back some of the more [...] Read more on ETFtrends.com.

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