WASHINGTON - Major U.S. banks on Wednesday pushed back on a proposal to bar them from snubbing controversial business sectors, such as oil and gas giants, in an unlikely turn of events that has pitched Wall Street against one of the Trump administration's industry-friendly regulators. In a letter to Acting Comptroller of the Currency Brian Brooks, the Bank Policy Institute (BPI) asked for more time to assess the "unprecedented" proposal and requested to see data the agency used to assess its economic impact. The letter was signed by three other major Washington bank groups, which combined represent dozens of major lenders including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Last week, the Comptroller proposed a rule ensuring,
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