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Brexit Deal Will Leave Carbon Market Question Wide Open

The Brexit trade deal still under negotiation between the U.K. and European Union will probably exclude any explicit agreement on carbon trading, leaving it to authorities in London to decide on how to price pollution starting Jan. 1.

Affordable Housing Projects Would Benefit from IRS Relief

Developers of affordable housing projects need more time to meet deadlines to qualify for maximum low-income housing tax credits due to challenges stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, an attorney representing one such client said.

A Biden Administration Should Delay Taxes, Says Hubbard

Nov.06 -- Glenn Hubbard, former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, says a Biden administration would be wise to delay raising taxes to focus on a recovery package because of the likelihood for bipartisan support. He joins David Westin on "Bloomberg Wall Street Week."

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