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D.C. Judge Says MetLife Is Not Too Big To Fail

A federal judge has sided with MetLife that it is not a too-big-to-fail financial institution and should not be subjected to stricter regulations that followed the 2008 mortgage meltdown. It could have major implications for other large financial institutions that have been labeled systemically important financial institutions, despite not being tied to the financial crisis that took down investment bank Lehman Brothers.

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