Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are being punished too severely in the stock market due to worries that President Barack Obama will curtail the future activities of big banks, according to new research from Keefe Bruyette & Woods.

Obama’s proposal, also known as the “Volcker Plan” would limit the size of banks and the scope of their activities, particularly certain proprietary trading.

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