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With vacancies, Trump gains chance to reshape Fed

Fed governor who resigned last week had helped drive banking regulation after the 2008 financial crisis

The departure of Mr Tarullo (above) could come at a key moment. Mr Trump has pledged to loosen up capital markets regulation, this month ordering a review of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation with an eye to undoing substantial parts of it.


PRESIDENT Donald Trump's influence over the US central bank may grow significantly following the resignation of a Federal Reserve governor who helped drive banking regulation following the 2008 financial crisis.

Daniel Tarullo, who announced his resignation on Friday -

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