Next year will likely bring lower returns and perhaps a "pause" for the stock market, Wharton School professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC.
The possibility of the GOP tax cut plan actually increasing taxes would only impact "a few people at the very top," says Kevin Hassett.
U.S. President Donald Trump won't insist on including repeal of a health insurance mandate the tax-reform bill, a senior White House aide said on Sunday.
Asia markets traded mixed, following a decline in U.S. stocks on Friday amid concerns over tax reform.
President Donald Trump promised fewer regulations, and events have pushed that intention closer to reality.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports the latest on the House Republicans' efforts on passing tax reform and their deadline for the bill.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin makes a pitch to owners of small and medium-sized businesses to support the Republican tax cut efforts.
"We're going to have the lowest pass through rates we've had since the 1930s," the Treasury secretary says.
The GOP tax plan will place a higher burden on those who earn $1 million but provide a break to everyone else, Mnuchin says.
"We're very excited about the timeline," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin provides his thoughts on the GOP's tax reform plan and the timeline for passage of the bill.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses the Republicans' tax reform plan, which he says includes tax cuts for middle-income earners and makes the U.S. tax system competitive for businesses.
U.S. corporate taxes within the 20 percent range would be a plus for the economy, said Morgan Stanley's James Gorman.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday said President Donald Trump will see a tax increase under the Republican proposal.
Mnuchin speaks at the Economic Club of New York as the House and Senate take steps in the tax-reform process.
When asked if he was looking into phasing in corporate tax rate reductions, Trump responded, "We're not looking for that, hopefully not."
The Treasury Department issues new sanctions on seven individuals and three entities connected to the North Korean regime.
The new sanctions are in response to a State Department report on human rights abuses by the autocratic government of Kim Jong Un.
President Donald Trump has turned his selection of a Federal Reserve chair into a version of 'The Bachelor,' Politico's Ben White says.
Either investors are leaving money on the table or they know something about the corporate tax cuts that the rest of the public doesn't.