Volcker Rule Costs Tallied as U.S. Regulators Press Deadline

The fate of the Dodd-Frank Actís ban on banks trading for their own accounts -- one of the final pieces of the U.S. effort to prevent a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis -- may rest with a cluster of economists at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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