Will We Have Tax Reform for Christmas—and What Might it Mean for 2018?

Luke Tilley |
Tax Reform

December 11, 2017—This year’s holiday season is more frenetic than usual, with investors getting an added dash of craziness in the form of a major federal tax overhaul, a feat last achieved in 1986. That last rewrite was a bipartisan effort between President Reagan and the Democrat-controlled House and Senate, and evolved over the course of nearly 18 months with committee hearings, amendments, and debates.


A Toast to 2017

Meghan Shue |
Wilmington Wire

December 8, 2017 – The end of the year is a good time for reflection (once the shopping is done and holiday travel plans have been solidified). As we think back on what this year has meant for financial markets, we can’t help but think that 2017 will be documented—in our memories but also the record books—for the extraordinary market run and lack of volatility. U.S. large cap stocks are up +20% (total return) through the first week in December, and non-U.S.