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All tied up

29 February 2012 By Antony Currie, Agnes T. Crane

The central bank offloaded the last $6 bln of housing dreck from the AIG rescue. The deals can be construed as prop trading, but also show how big banks work well as market-makers. Maiden Lane exemplifies the conundrum confronting regulators as they draft the final Volcker Rule.

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