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A good reaction to the administration's efforts to revive the economy has made March a good month for the TSP C-fund.
President Obama sent a strong message to Wall Street when he proposed imposing new limits on the size and activities of the country's largest banks. In an effort to prevent another financial Armageddon, Obama wants to prevent commercial banks (those that lend and maintain deposits) from also owning hedge funds or private equity units, and from engaging in proprietary trading (trading for their own accounts using their firm's own money).
Ali Velshi, anchor and chief business correspondent for CNN
The man in charge of keeping an eye on the money in the Troubled Assets Relief Program is leaving office -- but not quietly.
Could Wall Street be about to crash again?
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