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Trump Says Tax Reform Package Coming Next Week

Trump Says Tax Reform Package Coming Next Week

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a "significant" issue to be examined will be the crackdown by Obama on inversions, which are mergers that enable US firms to relocate their headquarters overseas where tax rates are lower. "The problem is our own taxation system". "But at least to 20", Norquist said in an interview with "Power Lunch". He said: "Such a big thing". House Republicans are also working to loosen Dodd-Frank regulations.


Trump to sign two financial executive orders on Friday

Trump to sign two financial executive orders on Friday

Lisa Gilbert, vice president of legislative affairs for watchdog group Public Citizen, described the orders signed Friday at the Treasury Department as "nothing more than special favors for the same Wall Street banks that crashed our economy in 2008 and put millions of Americans out of work".



Kate Spade (NYSE:KATE) Reviewed By Analysts

Revenue reported by Kate Spade & Co during the first quarter of 2017 was $271.23 million . Verde Servicos Internacionais S.A. bought a new stake in Kate Spade & Co during the first quarter valued at about $371,000. Same-store sales per square foot for Kate Spade New York stores were $1,516 for the latest twelve months, compared to $1,557 for the twelve month period ended December 31, 2016.


French presidential election: Overseas territories begin voting

French presidential election: Overseas territories begin voting

But the polls also showed that decision was largely in the hands of the one-in-three voters who are still undecided. She hailed the Brexit vote and election of Trump as the start of a new world order and was seen at Trump Tower earlier this year but refused to disclose if she was meeting the new United States president.


Global finance leaders grapple with globalization fears

Global finance leaders grapple with globalization fears

The move could lead the United States to impose tariffs on steel. But they also agree that more needs to be done for those left behind, and the new Trump administration is letting it be known that it intends to make sure that America's trade deals are fair for US workers.


Leaders of IMF and World Bank defend globalization

Leaders of IMF and World Bank defend globalization

They argue that blocking free trade would hobble economic growth instead of saving jobs from foreign competition. Later Friday, Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso told reporters that "the basic principle of free trade will always be upheld" because policymakers, even in the United States, realize it is in the national interest.