Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., hinted Thursday that the so-called Volcker Rule would be addressed in a more scaled-down version in legislation or merely through the existing regulatory structure.

Appearing on the cable network CNBC, Warner said an outright ban to stop commercial banks from proprietary trading, private-equity and hedge fund investments, as called for by President Obama, is too difficult.

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