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  • NEW YORK, April 13- Some of the actively managed funds that have performed the best since the Nov. 8 presidential election are switching from " Trump Trade" bets on financial and infrastructure stocks into beaten-down sectors such as retail, apparel or biotech. "Were taking some money off the table, said Scott Goginsky, a co-portfolio manager of the $24.8 million...

  • WASHINGTON, April 12- U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan's tax reform blueprint appears to be losing its status as the likely framework for the first major tax overhaul since 1986, with rival approaches emerging from the White House, Senate and other quarters in Congress. We are going to formulate our own policies, " White House budget director Mick Mulvaney told CNBC in...

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump does not like the "border adjustment" tax cooked up by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans in the House of Representatives. "I don't like the word' adjustment', because our country gets taken advantage of, to use a nice term, by every other country in the world," Trump told Fox Business News in an interview that aired on Wednesday.

  • President Donald Trump speaks to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in the White House.

    It’s not Steve Bannon’s fault the GOP’s policy agenda is incoherent, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.

  • With President Donald Trump in the White House, the fate of Obama's health-care legislation remains unsettled.

  • President Donald Trump in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington.

    The only thing President Trump and the GOP need in their tax reform efforts is more backbone, says Jake Novak.

  • People protesting tax cuts to the rich in New York. (File photo).

    A new report from the Center for American Progress makes a bipartisan tax deal seem unlikely.

  • The health care debate has shifted to ideas from President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers in Congress, and most people don't like what they see. Even among rank-and-file Republicans, there's opposition to changes that would let insurers charge higher premiums to older adults, and many disapprove of cuts to Medicaid for low-income people, according to a recent...

  • A doctor examines a patient in Miami, Florida.

    Health insurers are effectively operating in the dark at a crucial point in their planning for 2018 coverage.

  • WASHINGTON, April 7- An internal White House conflict over the future of the U.S. Export-Import Bank is keeping the government trade lender hobbled in the face of China's massive state export finance offensive, EXIM's acting chairman said. Charles "CJ" Hall told Reuters in an interview late on Thursday that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross supports restoring the...

  • *Market focus also on U.S.- China talks, U.S. jobs data. TOKYO, April 7- The dollar skidded against the safe-haven Japanese yen on Friday after the United States launched cruise missiles at an airbase in Syria, raising concerns of a sharp escalation in the Syrian civil war. "The fact that the dollar hasn't broken under 110 on this news shows how strong that level is, but...

  • "Resolving the years-long crisis in Syria is a complex task, but Bashar al-Assad must be held accountable and his enablers must be persuaded to change course. I look forward to the administration further engaging Congress in this effort. As we move forward, it will be important for the administration to engage with Congress and clearly communicate its full...

  • *Market focus also on U.S.- China talks, U.S. jobs data. TOKYO, April 7- The dollar skidded against the perceived safe-haven Japanese yen on Friday after the United States launched cruise missiles at an airbase in Syria in response to Syrian forces' alleged use of chemical weapons on Thursday. Some 50 Tomahawk missiles were launched from U.S. Navy warships in the...

  • TOKYO, April 7- The dollar edged up on Friday, on track for modest weekly gains, as investors nervously waited on the outcome of talks between the U.S. and Chinese presidents and ahead of a monthly jobs report that could back views for more U.S. interest rate hikes. President Donald Trump's first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, with trade and North Korea's...

  • Nearly $12 billion drained from the stock funds in the seven days through April 5, including $7 billion SPDR S&P 500 ETF, a fund actively traded by investors ranging from institutional investors making speculative bets to retail buyers. Keon said the United States' response to conflict in Syria and North Korea has intensified jitters over policy even though...