WASHINGTON — While Senate leaders said they would like to complete a vote on regulatory reform legislation this week, that goal is looking increasingly unrealistic.

The chamber passed one major amendment to audit the Federal Reserve Board, but left other pivotal issues unaddressed, including measures that would force banks to spin off their swaps desk, strengthen federal preemption language and ban proprietary trading by banks.

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