Slashing the mortgage interest deduction would be unpopular, but lawmakers may need the money to pay for all the tax cuts they want.
The Trump administration has tapped an emergency stockpile of crude oil in response to the major refinery outages in the U.S. Gulf Coast caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Wall Street analysts recommended a one-year price target of $116.07 per share on Prudential Financial (PRU), reflecting an increase of ~14.1% from the current price.
The Trump administration has been asserting that a big corporate tax cut will be good for the middle class. Here’s a quick primer on the issue.
Hurricane Harvey is that is certain to be one of the most expensive natural disasters in the nation’s history — perhaps even the most expensive.
The U.S. economy picked up steam during the second quarter, notching the fastest pace in two years.
The euro has strengthened dramatically because of unexpectedly robust economic growth in Europe, reduced political risk and weakness in rival currencies.
Prudential Financial’s (PRU) Life Planner division experienced an increase in its earnings in 2Q17 compared to 2Q16.
Property and casualty stocks might witness an earnings drain due to hurricane Harvey, but the event is expected to benefit them in the form of increased premium prices.
In 2Q17, on the basis of annualized new business premiums, sales in Prudential’s Individual Life business stood at $153 million, reflecting a marginal decline of ~3.8% year-over-year.