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Recent Congressional hearings on the Volcker Rule made one thing clear: Of all the many provisions of the Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation, this one, which would forbid banks from trading securities on their own account, remains the most contentious. Though much of the dispute over the rule has revolved around issues of liquidity in securities markets and the international competitiveness of American finance, a more fundamental problem lies in the proposal’s inherent and debilitating ambiguities.

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