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FISCHER: Trump's push to deregulate Wall Street 'may be taking us in a direction that is very dangerous'

The Federal Reserve's #2 man isn't a fan of the Trump administration's proposed push for deregulation. In an interview with the Financial Times' Sam Fleming, Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Stanley Fischer described moves to unwind the post-crisis system as "mind-boggling" and added that the US political system "may be taking us in a direction that is very dangerous.
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