Government regulators have adopted the Volcker Rule, which was created to prevent big banks from trading for their own benefit rather than on behalf of customers. It also bars banks from making trades merely for profit and prohibits them from owning hedge funds and private equity funds.
By Neil Irwin| Washington Post December 11, 2013
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