The heat is on for corporates doing business in the U.K. to get a firm grip on the changing corporate tax environment in a post-Brexit England. Here are the 5 things finance professionals need to know.
The U.S. tax cut vote is expected to take place Tuesday and will almost certainly pass. It will go onto a Senate vote later in the week and possibly allow President Trump to sign it into law ahead of Christmas.
China is among the major global financial powers unveiling new tax laws and foreign investment policy changes in 2018. In the midst of a major economic and tax reform campaign designed to ease regulations and restrictions, what does this mean for companies doing business in China?
In the U.K., British assets are expected to be in for a choppy ride as key consumer and producer price data along with the latest data on the labor market and retail sales tops the agenda, as too does a threat to PM May’s leadership.
The market is speculating about the chances of a US tax overhaul and the impact of the developments in Saudi Arabia. The coming week will bring important data releases including Inflation figures from the UK, the US, and Canada.
Hawkish rhetoric from the US Federal Reserve and Trump administration tax reform proposal boosted the greenback ahead of a busy week that will be wrapped up by the biggest indicator in the markets the US non farm payrolls.
The U.S. non farm payrolls (NFP) will be released on Friday, May 5 at 8:30 am EDT. The U.S. Federal Reserve will look at the wage growth component for signs of inflation as they ponder the number of rate hikes this year.