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20 November 2017 Terrible Timing for Tax Cuts -- if they Pass, the Fed Will Hike More Quickly

By Ian Shepherdson

The passage of the House tax cut bill does not guarantee that the Senate will follow suit with its own bill, still less that both chambers will then be able to agree on a single bill which can then b e signed into law. As

Posted: 19th Nov 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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