The $23 trillion argument against dismantling U.S earnings rules

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP's request to the Securities and Exchange Commission to to study biannual reporting for public United States businesses has some concerned for transparency for investors and company growth. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP's request to the Securities and Exchange Commission to to study biannual earnings reports for public United States businesses has some concerned about companies' transparency to investors. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
NEW YORK - Are U.S. companies penalized because they’re forced to report results each quarter? Investors basking in a nine-year bull run that is currently three times the size of the rest of the world’s aren’t so sure. Flexibility and lower costs were the reasons given by President Donald Trump in ordering regulators to consider…

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