Volcker Said to Be Disappointed With Dilution of Rule: Video
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Volcker Said to Be Disappointed With Dilution of Rule: Video

June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker is reportedly disappointed with the final version of the rule that bears his name. Volcker didn't expect his proposal to ban banks from running private-equity and hedge funds to be diluted so much, said a person with knowledge of his views. Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan reports.(Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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