Wake Up Wall Street: Trump Begins Dodd-Frank Rollback

U.S. stock futures are on the rise, as Donald Trump begins a rollback of the Dodd-Frank financial reforms.
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Wake up, Wall Street! This is what you need to know before the bell.

Bank stocks rallied on Friday and stocks finished higher after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to put a pause on financial regulations, the first step in undoing the Dodd-Frank financial reforms put in place in 2010 to attempt to prevent another financial crisis.

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