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Their decisions in the coming months could have an impact on the markets and investors.
Democrats will have full control of Washington, but with a slim majority in the House and a 50-50 tie in the Senate, compromise will be required to move their priorities through Congress.
It has been an extraordinary start to 2021 in the nation’s capital.
Results will have a profound impact on the Biden administration’s ability to move its policy agenda forward in the first two years.
How to decipher the Fed’s quarterly “dot-plot” chart.
As 2020 draws to a close, what can investors expect from the markets in 2021?
The Federal Reserve acted as expected; making no changes to policy, but updated its economic projections with a slightly rosier GDP and unemployment outlook.
Control of the Senate—and the fate of President-elect Joe Biden’s policy agenda—will be determined by Georgia’s runoff elections on January 5. What impact could the potential outcomes have on the markets?
Federal and nonfinancial corporate debt are near historic levels. Here’s why it matters—and how you might adjust your portfolio in response.
Key changes in the U.S. tax code overhaul from 2017.
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