Hillary Rodham Clinton continued to outline her economic policy today during a speech at the Stern Business School on the campus of NYU. The primary point of her speech was to unveil her focus on curbing short-term investments by increasing taxes on short-term capital gains. Clinton criticized businesses for focusing on short-term profits and ignoring long-term growth. Today’s speech outlined one of many points in Clinton’s economic policies should she win the White House. Throughout the summer, Clinton has outlined her political platform and is expected to continue to do so in the coming weeks and months.
A video of Clinton’s full speech is available on C-SPAN.