File photo shows Israel's central bank governor Stanley Fischer visiting the Finance Ministry in Tokyo
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U.S. Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer said there was significant uncertainty about U.S. fiscal policy under the Trump administration, but the Fed would be strict in meeting targets of creating full employment and getting inflation to 2 percent.Speaking at the Warwick Economics Summit Saturday, Fischer also said he thought Dodd-Frank financial regulation would not be repealed as a whole, and he hoped capital requirements for banks would not be significantly reduced.Fischer also mentioned adjustments to Dodd-Frank could include being less demanding of community banks.
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