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Voters Stay Split on Whether Tariffs Are Good for the United States

Voters are divided, 38% to 42%, on whether duties on Chinese imports will help or hurt U.S. economy

Market Participants See Cryptocurrencies More as Investments Than Payment Systems

Survey comes as digital assets come under increased scrutiny from regulators

Legal Sports Gambling’s Future: Younger and Less Wealthy Bettors

A new national survey shows how legalization is likely to change the face of the practice

Voters See Strength in U.S. Economy, but Millennials Aren’t as Optimistic

Poll shows deep divide between baby boomers and younger voters

CFPB’s Cost-Benefit Analysis Office to Be Modeled After FTC’s Bureau of Economics

Agency supporters say it’s a political move

More Than Twice as Many GOP Voters as Democrats Back Changes to NAFTA

Poll comes as negotiators from U.S., Mexico and Canada seek to wrap up NAFTA renegotiation talks before July

Tariffs Unlikely to Have ‘Big Impact’ on Consumers, Steel Producer Group Says

Comments come amid voter concerns that duties could lead to higher prices domestically

Fewer Voters Report Seeing Paycheck Bump From 2017 Tax Law

Opposition to tax code rewrite climbs to 39%

Proponents of Labor Department’s Fiduciary Rule Split on SEC’s Efforts

One SEC commissioner suggests "Regulation Best Interest" might be better termed "Regulation Status Quo"

While Republicans Celebrate Tax Cuts Today, Others March to Repeal Them

Sen. Pat Toomey touts tax benefits to businesses at U.S. Chamber of Commerce event