WASHINGTON – Donald Trump’s decisive victory in the Indiana primary late Tuesday has cleared the path for him to become the Republican nominee for president – but hasn’t cleared up the lingering doubts many bankers have about the real estate magnate.

Just six months out from the general election, Trump’s positions on banking issues remain a complete mystery aside from a general pledge to roll back the Dodd-Frank Act. Indeed, Trump’s campaign has avoided giving specifics on most issues, even when it has promised to provide them. Take, for example, Trump’s much-hyped speech on foreign policy last week, in which his message simply boiled down to putting “America first.”

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