Why the banks were ready for the financial impact of coronavirus
And how they'll capitalize on Washington's stimulus plan.
SHAWN TULLY: Going back to 2008, 2011, was a crisis period. There was lots of new restrictive legislation that was imposed on the banks. And the big one, of course, was the Dodd-Frank Bill that put restrictions on the kind of trading that Wall Street firms could do. They shrank their leverage way d...