Will Companies Reinvest or Repurchase Due to Tax Reform?

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By David Lebovitz via Iris.xyz Since the financial crisis, corporations have shown a preference for repurchasing stock and paying dividends, rather than reinvesting these funds back into the business. With the newly minted tax policy allowing companies to repatriate foreign earnings, investors have begun to wonder if unlocking the nearly $2.5 trillion of business profits held [...] Read more on ETFtrends.com.

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