Trump administration to call for modest changes to banking rules

A TREASURY DEPARTMENT REVIEW is expected propose measures to dial back the Dodd-Frank Act, rather than repeal it. Above, buildings stand on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/JOHN TAGGART
A TREASURY DEPARTMENT REVIEW is expected propose measures to dial back the Dodd-Frank Act, rather than repeal it. Above, buildings stand on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/JOHN TAGGART
NEW YORK - The Treasury Department’s much anticipated report on banking regulations is set to include measured proposals for revising post-crisis rules, indicating the Trump administration is more focused on scaling back the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act than blowing it up. The review, which may be released late Monday, is designed to provide a road map for…

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