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Maxine Waters issues warning to Wall Street, lays out agenda as head of powerful committee

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Maxine Waters issues warning to Wall Street, lays out agenda as head of powerful committeeDemocratic Rep. Maxine Waters issued a fresh warning to Wall Street on Wednesday as he outlined her agenda as the new chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, saying she won't let the banks and financial institutions “run amok” and lead the country into another financial crisis.
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According to Reuters, technology shares pulled Wall Street lower on Monday, after an unexpected drop in China’s exports in December reignited worries of a slowdown in global economic growth. The China trade data reinforced concerns that U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods were taking a toll on the...

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