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In the 12 months after the law took effect in January 2018, tax revenues declined even as economic growth picked up.
Trump’s favorite trade-war scorecard posts its best figure in 17 months — but data shows overall growth is slowing
The trade balance is driven by a variety of factors, including how much a country borrows from abroad and foreign exchange rates.
BANK OF AMERICA: These are the 5 key themes to finding the right stocks in 2020, from buying up value to looking outside the US
Shifts in the US-China trade war, investor priorities, and sector valuations will prompt stock rotations through the year, the bank's analysts wrote.
As part of a broader Trump initiative to limit access to SNAP, the move came alongside proposals to shift its eligibility formula.
Hong Kong is mired in recession, but its IPO market is the strongest since 2015 among everyday investors
The region's median retail subscription ratio, which measures interest in stock offerings, hit 13 times for IPOs since October, its highest since 2015.
Denmark-based Saxo Bank warned investors that 2020 could see a wave of discruption across the political and economic landscape.
The report could renew concerns that the labor market is running out of steam, particularly as a global trade dispute continues to escalate.
New study shows small businesses are the most optimistic on record, even as trade-war and recession fears swirl
One in five of the firms surveyed said they increased their staff size in the past year, helping keep the unemployment rate near record lows.
Wine, cheese, makeup, and handbags: Here are all of the French products the Trump administration could hit with tariffs of up to 100%
The steep tariffs would cover household products ranging from French food and alcohol to luxury items.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross supports delaying a trade deal until after the 2020 election, saying it eliminates an advantage for China
Ross noted that the US can weather the trade-war storm, and that Trump is "perfectly happy to continue with the tariffs as we have."