President Donald Trump's tax plan, due to be unveiled on Wednesday and proposing to sharply cut rates for businesses and on overseas corporate profits returned to the United States, was likely to be treated by Congress as just an opening gambit.
The U.S. Congress moved closer to a deal to avoid a government shutdown at the stroke of midnight on Friday, as negotiators worked to clear away remaining disputes in a massive spending bill.
U.S. President Donald Trump will release a tax plan on Wednesday proposing some deep rate cuts, mostly for businesses, including a slashed corporate income tax rate and steeply discounted tax rate for overseas corporate profits brought into the United States, officials said.
President Donald Trump told Congress on Tuesday he was open to immigration reform, shifting from his harsh rhetoric on illegal immigration in a speech that offered a more restrained tone than his election campaign and first month in the White House.
Dan Collins, Editor in Chief, Modern Trader magazine, discusses how the election results will not change the anticipated rate hike in December.
On behalf of FIA, Greg Wood testified before the House Agriculture Committee today at a hearing to examine the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) proposed rule to regulate automated trading (Reg AT).
President Obama on Friday won congressional passage of legislation that lifted the threat of a default on government debt through the end of his presidency.
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