Volcker rule

Paul Volcker - American Economist - Chair of the Federal Reserve

Double-digit inflation is a terrible thing - and it got up to 14 or 15 percent on a monthly basis for a while, shortly after I became chairman of the Fed. - Paul A.

Volcker Rule: CNBC Explains - The Volcker Rule, the FDIC, Trading for Volcker Rule, Banks and Volcker Rule - CNBC

Volcker Rule: CNBC Explains

Paul Volcker was Chairman of the Federal Reserve under Presidents Reagan and Carter. It's called the Volcker rule, and CNBC explains.

The Volcker Rule: How It Will Work, and Why It May Still Fail Is this good or bad?

The Volcker Rule: How It Will Work, and Why It May Still Fail

The Volcker Rule: How It Will Work, and Why It May Still Fail Is this good or bad?

Top U.S. regulators confident watchdogs can ease Volcker Rule.

Top U.S. regulators confident watchdogs can ease Volcker Rule

Top U.S. regulators confident watchdogs can ease Volcker Rule.

Near a Vote, Volcker Rule Is Weathering New Attacks

Near a Vote, Volcker Rule Is Weathering New Attacks

Five regulatory agencies are to vote Tuesday on the rule, which has met with thinly veiled threats of challenges from banks and business trade groups.

Fed gives banks five years to comply with Volcker Rule limits -- KingstoneInvestmentsGroup.com

Fed gives banks five years to comply with Volcker Rule limits

Fed gives banks five years to comply with Volcker Rule limits -- KingstoneInvestmentsGroup.com

Volcker Rule.  At issue is this: Can a bank buy a series of bonds, for example, and keep some of them on their balance sheet — or to use Mr. Dimon’s analogy, on the bank’s store shelves — until they can find a customer?    The way the Volcker Rule is currently construed, a bank can’t keep any merchandise on its shelves.

The Volcker Rule and the Costs of Good Intentions

Volcker Rule. At issue is this: Can a bank buy a series of bonds, for example, and keep some of them on their balance sheet — or to use Mr. Dimon’s analogy, on the bank’s store shelves — until they can find a customer? The way the Volcker Rule is currently construed, a bank can’t keep any merchandise on its shelves.

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01:19	 01:19   What is the 'Volcker Rule' A federal regulation that prohibits banks from conducting certain investment activities with their own accounts, and limits their ownership of and relationship with hedge funds and private equity funds, also called covered funds. The Volcker Rule’s purpose is to prevent banks from making certain types of speculative investments that contributed to the 2008 finan

The Volcker rule separates investment banking, private equity and proprietary trading (hedge fund) sections of financial institutions from their consumer lending arms.

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