17 NOV 2016 - As President-elect Donald Trump makes the transition from the campaign trail to the White House, investors will be watching carefully to determine the economic issues at the top of his agenda. Alec Phillips, Goldman Sachs Research’s political economist in Washington, discusses where Trump can act on his own without Congress, why corporate tax changes are more likely than personal tax cuts in 2017 and how Trump may reshape the leadership of the Federal Reserve.
This podcast was recorded on November 15, 2016.
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