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Volcker Rule could help Goldman Sachs shareholders by trimming Goldman's sails

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Economic regulations often help the biggest companies by keeping out new entrants and imposing costs that fall disproportionately on the little guys. The Democrats' 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulation bill included a provision known as the Volcker Rule, which is supposed to stop banks (that is, institutions backed explicitly and implicitly with federal guarantees) from engaging in proprietary...

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