WASHINGTON — Two different interpretations of this week's historic midterm elections emerged on Wednesday, with both sides competing to say how the vote would impact the financial services world.
On the one hand, House Republicans, who retook the chamber after four years, saw their victory as a mandate to overturn much of the Dodd-Frank law, with some calling for the elimination of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, while fully privatizing the housing finance sector.
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