WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke said Wednesday that regulators are nearing completion of a contentious rule that will ban proprietary trading at U.S. firms.

"We've made quite a bit of progress," Bernanke told reporters at a press conference following a two-day Federal Open Markets Committee meeting, saying the Volcker Rule is likely to be released by early next year.

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