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Lots more detail on Friday’s news that the new administration is targeting both Dodd-Frank and the DOL’s fiduciary rule – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg and Law360

Regardless of the DOL rule’s fate, the meteoric rise of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) appears set to continue unabated – WSJ

Deutsche Bank’s bringing its apology game to print – Bloomberg

RBS has agreed to pay $85 million to the CFTC to resolve allegations that its traders “manipulated the ISDAfix benchmark rate over a period of five years to benefit the bank’s derivatives positions” – Law360

More thoughts on Snap’s IPO, including a deeper dive into its share types and a [not-so-flattering?] comparison to GoPro – NYTimes

Meanwhile, Snap’s not looking backward so much as it is eyeing the giant [Facebook] looming above—the same one that hasn’t been shy about drawing some inspiration from Snap – WSJ

Turns out that British court ruling requiring Parliament’s thoughts on Brexit won’t be leading to a rubber stamp – Bloomberg

Big game?  Uhh, yeah.  Ridiculous, in fact. But we’re all about the business here.  So let’s talk commercials – NYTimes

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