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Wall Street’s Trump Jump in pause mode as traders and investors focus on inflation and America’s economic future in 2017 and beyond. Out with the old?

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In the effort to acquire developed country status, Trinidad & Tobago should consider international tax neutrality and abandon its online sales tax scheme.


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In response to falling revenues from oil sales, Trinidad's government is about to launch a tax that will hurt consumers and the economy. It's a huge mistake.

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Dow stocks up modestly Wednesday, while S&P 500, NASDAQ averages trade flat to modestly negative. Next weekend’s possible freakout: Italian constitutional referendum.

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As world leaders meet in Lima, Peru to promote free trade, the looming Trump presidency and a resurgence of U.S. economic nationalism add to uncertainty surrounding TPP.

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Wednesday’s massive stock market rally continued Thursday, as Trump-centric industries went on a tear. But today, Veterans Day, stocks seem to be taking a break.

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Contrary to virtually all the national polls, Donald Trump was convincingly elected as the 45th President of the United States Tuesday.

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Mark Johnson and Stuart Scott, former senior HSBC managers, were recently indicted for criminal wire fraud in connection with front-running activities at HSBC Bank plc, a subsidiary of HSBC.

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The only thing Times’ readers can be expected to take away from the its exposé on Donald Trump's taxes is that obedience to the law does not remove the target from the backs of taxpayers where harassing federal tax collectors are concerned.

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President Obama's veto of the aptly named “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act,” which allows Americans to sue state sponsors of terror, was overwhelmingly overridden by a 97-1 Senate vote.

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The Georgia Tech swim team had their weekend canceled due to winter's white stuff, and this is the result (video)