President Donald Trump may be signing an executive order that calls for a review of the landmark 2010 financial regulation law Dodd-Frank. "People have been speculating since [Trump] was elected that he would seek to roll back some of the regulations passed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis," said TheStreet's banking editor James Langford. This executive order "would be a first step to that." However, TheStreet's politics writer Emily Stewart said this doesn't mean Dodd-Frank will be repealed.
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