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Trump vs. Obama: what companies tell investors

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL – Publicly traded companies invoked President Donald Trump in nearly 700 annual and quarterly reports to investors during his first hundred days in office, more than triple the number of times firms cited Barack Obama at the beginning of his administration. The citings reflect in part the heightened expectations for changes to tax laws, trade policies and corporate performance in the wake of November’s presidential and congressional elections.

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