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18 December 2018 By Tom Buerkle

The Treasury secretary partly blames the Obama-era Volcker Rule for big swings in stocks. But prices aren’t as choppy as 2009, before the prop-trading ban was adopted. And the rule barely affected equities trading. It’s the policies of Mnuchin’s volatile boss fanning the flames.

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