U.S. Senate approves bill to overhaul financial regulation

The U.S. Senate approved legislation to overhaul financial regulation with a 59-39 vote. The bill would establish a consumer-protection agency, prohibit banks from proprietary trading and bolster oversight of derivatives trading. Republicans scrutinized the bill, citing concern about its failure to address Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and other issues.

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