US lawmakers proposed no new limits on banks on Thursday as they met to hammer out a final overhaul of Wall Street regulations, but they voiced strong support for measures that directly threaten industry profits. The final bill being crafted in a House-Senate conference committee will hit banks hard, leaders said at the end of a meeting where lawmakers staked out opening positions on the biggest overhaul of the financial industry in decades.
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