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The president has tapped Kevin Hassett of the American Enterprise Institute to chair the Council of Economic Advisers, CNBC has confirmed.
Oppenheimer analyst Brian Nagel doesn't believe the House Republican's proposed border adjustment tax will happen.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour:
Credit Suisse says recent partnerships with JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo will boost Intuit's small business software sales.
J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison doesn't think a border adjustment tax is a foregone conclusion.
Gold prices have increased to highs not seen since Trump secured election victory.
In the retail world, many are trying to stand out against Amazon, but former J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson says only one is truly making an effort.
President Donald Trump spoke favorably about a potentially export-boosting border adjustment tax being pushed by Republicans in Congress.
The Trump administration is missing the window to enact a broad-based tax reform, former U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman says.
Paying for President Trump's "phenomenal" tax plan could require an equally phenomenal rate of economic growth that experts say may not be possible.
Trump's plan would cut the statutory rate to 15 percent, but many companies are already paying far less.
Steven Mnuchin did not repeat his promise that there will be "no absolute tax cut for the upper class."
"There's only so much that Congress can process at the same time," said Alex Brill of the American Enterprise Institute.
The Switzerland government also gained a surplus income after introducing negative rates in 2015, Financial Times reports.
Anyone wondering whether the business community is behind Trump only needs to look at markets for answers, in the view of Mnuchin.
One analyst has warned that the new U.S. President is pushing hardest on policies that could shrink the U.S. economy.
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