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Glass-Steagall Act - 1933

This was an act introduced after the uncertainties and volatilities of the stock market crash in the late 1920's. It introduced lots of individual forms of regulation to strengthen the financial sector.

It introduced deposit insurance for all depositors up to a pre-determined level. It also prevented financial institutions from merging with one another and as a result commerical and investment banks consolidating and forming a financial conglomerate like Citi Group.

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