The Economist interviews President Trump and spots the keyword *reciprocity* from trade to taxation.

Amy Hamilton

2017-07-01 08:40:00 Sat ET

The Economist interviews President Donald Trump and spots the keyword *reciprocity* in many aspects of Trumponomics from trade and taxation to infrastructure and financial deregulation.

The New Keynesian expression of *priming the pump* can lead to greater economic growth with some fiscal deficit at least in the short run. According to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, this additional economic growth can raise at least $2 trillion in tax revenue over the next decade. Also, the indefinite Trump tax holiday serves as a clear incentive for U.S. multinational corporations to repatriate offshore cash from tax havens up to $350 billion per year to invest in American job creation, manufacturing automation, technological innovation, and superior service provision.

In contrast to the core crux of Glass-Steagall Act, Trump and Mnuchin cannot envision breaking up the big banks that currently enjoy expansive economies of scale and scope. Post-Dodd-Frank deregulation provides an opportunity for bank stocks to outperform relative to the long-term average stock market P/E ratio of 15x to 16x.

While tax cuts trump trade, these tidal traces of Trumponomics shine fresh light on the new supply-side U.S. macroeconomic policy agenda in the Republican administration.

 


If any of our AYA Analytica financial health memos (FHM), blog posts, ebooks, newsletters, and notifications etc, or any other form of online content curation, involves potential copyright concerns, please feel free to contact us at service@ayafintech.network so that we can remove relevant content in response to any such request within a reasonable time frame.

Blog+More
Due to U.S. tariffs, Apple, Nintendo, and Samsung start to consider making tech products in Vietnam instead of China.
Jonah Whanau

2019-09-03 14:29:00 Tuesday ET

Due to U.S. tariffs, Apple, Nintendo, and Samsung start to consider making tech products in Vietnam instead of China.

Due to U.S. tariffs and other cloudy causes of economic policy uncertainty, Apple, Nintendo, and Samsung start to consider making tech products in Vietnam i

+See More
Federal Reserve's interest rate hike may lead to an economic recession as credit supply growth ebbs and flows through the business cycle.
Monica McNeil

2018-06-14 10:35:00 Thursday ET

Federal Reserve's interest rate hike may lead to an economic recession as credit supply growth ebbs and flows through the business cycle.

The Federal Reserve's current interest rate hike may lead to the next economic recession as credit supply growth ebbs and flows through the business cyc

+See More
Apple shakes up senior leadership to initiate a new transition from iPhone revenue reliance to media and software services.
John Fourier

2019-02-21 12:37:00 Thursday ET

Apple shakes up senior leadership to initiate a new transition from iPhone revenue reliance to media and software services.

Apple shakes up senior leadership to initiate a new transition from iPhone revenue reliance to media and software services. These changes include the key pr

+See More
There are several highlights from the first news conference after Trump's presidential election victory.
Monica McNeil

2017-01-23 09:30:00 Monday ET

There are several highlights from the first news conference after Trump's presidential election victory.

There are several highlights from the first news conference after Trump's presidential election victory: The Trump administration will repeal-and-

+See More
The Trump team blocks Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm due to national security concerns and 5G telecom network issues.
James Campbell

2018-03-06 11:35:00 Tuesday ET

The Trump team blocks Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm due to national security concerns and 5G telecom network issues.

The Trump team blocks Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm due to national economic security concerns and 5G telecom network issues. Broadcom makes microchips fo

+See More
President Trump meets Chinese President Xi for better economic reforms.
Rose Prince

2017-03-21 09:37:00 Tuesday ET

President Trump meets Chinese President Xi for better economic reforms.

Trump and Xi meet in the most important summit on earth this year. Trump has promised to retaliate against China's currency misalignment, steel trade

+See More