NEW YORK — Wall Street has a message for bank-bashing U.S. populist politicians: Put down the pitchforks or you could end up like Ed Miliband.
Dennis Kelleher, head of financial reform group Better Markets, said many other factors were at play in the U.K.
“Claiming the five-week sprint known as the U.K. election — and the Scottish freedom campaign — means anything for the U.S. is nothing more than wishful thinking by Wall Street’s spinners,” he said. Former “Secretary Clinton will be spelling out pro-growth agendas that also protect the American people from Wall Street’s dangerous too big to fail banks. It’s not either/or. It’s both.”
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