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Don't expect a full trade war resolution before the election
“We might get some resolution on some small things, but the major issues continue to be intractable,” says Washington Policy Analyst Ed Mills.Watch Video about Don't expect a full trade war resolution before the election
How to quarterback a family huddle
As you gather with loved ones for the holidays, consider discussing your legacy plans.Read Article about How to quarterback a family huddle
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Commentary & Insights
Markets already tense over potential policy swings in 2020
The markets appear more attentive than usual at this point in the primary race, says Washington Policy Analyst Ed Mills; investors “don’t want to be caught off guard” the way many were in 2016.Listen about Markets already tense over potential policy swings in 2020
Trim your future tax bill by thinking ahead
Don’t procrastinate when it comes to prepping for tax season.Read Article about Trim your future tax bill by thinking ahead
Raymond James Chairman and CEO Paul Reilly on Fox Business
Watch Paul Reilly discuss China trade tensions, the U.S. markets, the 2020 election and Raymond James Financial's fourth quarter and fiscal year 2019 results.Watch Video