WASHINGTON — Lawmakers could be forgiven if they seemed more frustrated at the end of a wide-ranging Senate Banking Committee hearing than at its start Thursday.

The two-hour session touched on virtually every major financial services topic under the sun — including interchange restrictions, systemic risk designations, and mortgage servicing standards — but resolved little.

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