The House’s approval of President Trump’s American Health Care Act is obviously just the first stage of what promises to be a compelling, unpredictable and important drama over coming weeks and months.
Peer group Business Roundtable found more than half its members will delay hiring and capital spending plans so long as tax reform remains in limbo.
Oscar Munoz improved markedly on some other recent CEO performances in front of lawmakers.
Donald Trump said he won't immediately pull out of the pact with Canada and Mexico, though re-negotiations could get rocky.
European and Asian stocks markets fell this morning as investors await more details of the president's tax plans, and how they will be funded.
The president appears to have stuck to his hard bargaining approach despite his healthcare setbacks.
U.S. companies could start finding it easier to set up foreign subsidiaries again, though details of the president's broader tax plans remain elusive ahead of this week's update.
All of those meetings with business leaders appear to be rubbing off, perhaps moderating the administration's policy direction.
While President Trump has highlighted his intentions to help boost American manufacturing by rolling back regulations by up to 75%, there have been few details on what regulations might be targeted.
A string of business summits are providing the president with an opportunity to get back on message following a turbulent start to his administration.