On the menu today: Yellen says something (and then unsays it), Joe Biden, Peronist, Biden and Brussels against Ireland, and Richard Nixon and Arthur Burns.
The week of April 19: ESG, proposed capital-gains-tax increases, and much, much more.
Yellen can't end international competition by fiat.
The Treasury secretary’s proposal to have other countries reduce the impact of Biden’s destructive corporate tax hikes is unworkable.
On the menu today: Biden’s tax plans go global, the return of the doom loop, Germany’s green new dud, robots and jobs, and problems with index funds.
Addressing Janet Yellen’s call for a global minimum corporate-tax rate.
It's almost as though the corporate tax rate is not the most important variable!
Progressivism is leaving little room for genuine diversity of practice.
Biden has said he’s open to lowering the income threshold for stimulus checks but has ruled out shrinking the size of the checks.
Yellen chaired the Federal Reserve from 2014 to 2018.