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'The haggling will only intensify' — Wall Street's wary of the Republican tax plan

Business Insider Friday, 3 November 2017 ()
'The haggling will only intensify' — Wall Street's wary of the Republican tax plan· *Wall Street is wary of the Republican tax plan because of the concessions and compromise that will be necessary to pass it*
· *The economic impact is still expected to be positive, specifically for companies and their stock prices *
· *The plan's proposed mortgage-interest deduction isn't beneficial to new home owners,...
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Former CBO Director Doug Holtz-Eakin on the politics of tax reform in states like New York and California. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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