Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen told senators Thursday that the risk of another financial crisis would increase if some Trump administration proposals to roll back regulations were enacted.
In her second straight day of Capitol Hill testimony, she walked back her statement last month that she didn't expect another financial crisis “in our lifetimes.”
“I think we can never be confident there won’t be another financial crisis,” Yellen told members of the Senate Banking Committee.
The U.S. has “done a great deal” since the 2008 crisis to strengthen the financial system, she said. That includes forcing banks to hold more capital to cover potential losses as part...