10/17/2011 09:27 am ET | Updated Dec 17, 2011

Volcker Rule Faces Schism Among Regulators

Regulators have faced a barrage of complaints from lawmakers and financial industry lobbyists in their 14-month-long quest to constrain risky trading on Wall Street, an effort known as the Volcker Rule. Now, as regulators begin a push to produce a final draft of the rule, they face hurdles from an unexpected group: themselves.

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