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We propose you today to find the last video of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television which is simply called Regional Bank Shares Get Clobbered as Regulators Step In. If you liked it, don't hesitate to like the content to support the author of the video!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Regional Bank Shares Get Clobbered as Regulators Step In published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
The turmoil that's engulfed bank stocks deepened Monday as investors rushed to reduce exposure to the industry, triggering a cascade of trading halts as multiple lenders suffered record drops. Bloomberg's Kailey Leinz and Ken Leon of CFRA speak on "Bloomberg the Open."
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