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Wall Street's consensus for America's most urgent economic issue

Major money managers on Wall Street say tax reform is the most pressing economic issue for the next US president and Congress to tackle. Barron's Magazine published its biannual Big Money Poll of money managers last weekend, which included this finding. According to the poll, 39% of managers are urging tax reform, 17% want reform of entitlement programs, 15% said infrastructure spending is top concern, and 10% picked defeating ISIS and stabilizing the Middle East.
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