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GOP Tax Bill Fixes Some Problems, But Exacerbates Others

GOP Tax Bill Fixes Some Problems, But Exacerbates Others

The tax bill that Congress is poised to pass bears only limited resemblance to the reform most economists envisioned, Greg Ip writes. While it tackles a globally uncompetitive system riddled with distortionary breaks, some of its provisions will force legislators back to the table in coming years.

Published 4 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia Searches for U.S. Shale-Oil Deal

Saudi Arabia Searches for U.S. Shale-Oil Deal

Saudi Arabia is hunting for an energy deal in American shale country, as it scopes out its first international oil and gas production investments ahead of its state oil company’s IPO.

Published 4 weeks ago

Oil Glut Makes Alaska Reserves Less Attractive to Drillers

Oil Glut Makes Alaska Reserves Less Attractive to Drillers

Republicans are poised to offer up a bevy of new opportunities for oil exploration in lands and waters owned by the government, but their efforts come at a time when a glutted oil market has companies less eager to find new sites to drill.

Published 4 weeks ago

Over Golf and an Airport Chat, Trump and GOP Hashed Out a Historic Tax Plan

Over Golf and an Airport Chat, Trump and GOP Hashed Out a Historic Tax Plan

Wednesday’s expected final passage of a tax bill that will touch virtually every American business and family in many ways rose from the wreckage of the Republican effort to set up a new health-care system. The defeat of the health-care bill hung over the tax legislation efforts, shaping the strategy used to pass it and mobilizing Republicans eager to show they could govern.

Published 4 weeks ago

Tax Reform Means Your Paycheck Will Grow

Tax Reform Means Your Paycheck Will Grow

So will the economy, as the bill brings U.S. corporate taxes in line with the developed-world norm.

Published 4 weeks ago

Advice to investors: stay in cryptocurrencies for the long haul

Advice to investors: stay in cryptocurrencies for the long haul

Building another financial system was always going to be risky

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US stock futures up as investors consider tax cuts

US stock futures up as investors consider tax cuts

S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average both expected to rise 0.3%

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EU rebukes Poland over judiciary reforms

EU rebukes Poland over judiciary reforms

Unprecedented censure highlights fears about authoritarianism in some member states

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Trump’s national security strategy speech: is that you, Donald?

Trump’s national security strategy speech: is that you, Donald?

The US president has adopted a new tone — at least some of the time

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ECJ judgment brings Uber into line with taxi rules

ECJ judgment brings Uber into line with taxi rules

US group classified as transport company not digital service in final ruling

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Wall Street bond traders fear zero-bonus ‘doughnut’

Wall Street bond traders fear zero-bonus ‘doughnut’

Slide in fixed-income sales and trading revenues takes toll on year-end rewards

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Tax Bill Injects Calm Into Markets

Tax Bill Injects Calm Into Markets

World stock markets were calm in anticipation of the largest structural overhaul of the U.S. tax system in three decades.

Published 4 weeks ago

GOP Tax Overhaul Makes Homeownership Less Appealing

GOP Tax Overhaul Makes Homeownership Less Appealing

The tax-code overhaul wipes out decades-old perks designed to encourage homeownership, meaning that there will be little difference between owning and renting.

Published 4 weeks ago

Big Tech Is Unlikely to Blow its Tax Bonus

Big Tech Is Unlikely to Blow its Tax Bonus

Big tech companies face a high-quality problem heading into the new year: All that money, and not much good to do with it.

Published 4 weeks ago

Tax Cut Expected to Trigger Fannie, Freddie Infusion

Tax Cut Expected to Trigger Fannie, Freddie Infusion

Enactment of the Republican tax plan could trigger a roughly $14 billion accounting loss at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, leading to the first taxpayer-funded infusion since they became profitable firms in 2012.

Published 4 weeks ago