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MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The New York Post: Carnage in Toronto: Van mows down pedestrians, killing at least 10
A man in a white rental van killed 10 pedestrians and injured 15 others as he tore through the streets of Toronto on Monday, and video showed him minutes later in a chilling stand-off with police, according to reports.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

: Google made a lot more profit, and spent a LOT more money — here's why
Alphabet Inc. reported a huge swing in profit and spending Monday, with earnings jumping more than 70% in the first quarter and capital expenditures nearly tripling from the year before.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

NBA star Stephen Curry signs TV, movie, VR deal with Sony
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Stephen Curry has signed a development deal for TV, movies and potentially gaming and virtual-reality projects

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

: Google made a lot more profit, and spent a LOT more money—here's why
Alphabet Inc. reported a huge swing in profit and spending Monday, with earnings jumping more than 70% in the first quarter and capital expenditures nearly tripling from the year before.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Appeals court rejects copyright protection for monkey's selfie
Copyright ownership isn't monkey business.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The New York Post: Despite denials, flight records show Trump stayed overnight in Moscow in 2013
President Donald Trump twice gave James Comey alibis for why a salacious report about the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow involving hookers couldn't be true — telling the then-FBI director that he hadn't stayed overnight in the Russian capital.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: United CEO takes pay cut, board seeks new chairman from within
The board of United Continental Holdings Inc. said Monday it will nominate a new chairman from within its ranks after veteran industry executive Robert Milton opted to leave the third-largest U.S. carrier.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

MarketWatch First Take: Google discloses Nest finances, and they aren't great
Alphabet Inc.'s new financial disclosures made it possible for investors to actually figure out the financial performance of one of its individual businesses, a rarity for Google's parent company.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Marriage and the social connections it brings may be more valuable than education
Why education is no longer America's great equalizer.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

How athletic scandals can tarnish a college — and turn off potential students
A new study explores the relationship between college basketball scandals and admissions.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

During a recession, these workers actually see an increase in salary
Some jobs react differently to a downturn in the economy than others.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: With Rand Paul on board, Pompeo's nomination clears Senate panel
A Senate committee endorsed Mike Pompeo to be the next secretary of state on Monday, sending him to the full Senate for his expected confirmation, after Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., reversed himself and withdrew his opposition

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Extra: The S&P 500 just logged its longest stretch in correction territory in nearly a decade
The S&P 500 just recorded a dubious record. The broad-market benchmark has put in its longest run in correction territory since May 1, 2008, according to WSJ Market Data Group.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Qualcomm earnings: Amid takeover drama, what matters most is smartphone-chip sales
Chip sales to smartphone vendors and how Qualcomm Inc. moves forward from fending off a takeover from Broadcom Inc. will be among the main topics of focus for investors as the chipmaker reports its earnings this quarter.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Extra: Why the premium for owning German bonds over Treasurys is at the widest in 30 years
The spread between the 2-year German bond yield and the 2-year Treasury yield is at its widest since 1999

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Tell: Don't blame oil prices for a widening gap in government bond yields, says BMO
BMO strategists say higher oil prices should ultimately lead to a flatter yield curve, not a steeper curve as seen last week

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The New York Post: Carnage in Toronto: Van mows down pedestrians, killing at least 9
A man in a white rental van killed nine pedestrians and injured 16 others as he tore through the streets of Toronto on Monday, and video showed him minutes later in a chilling stand-off with police, according to reports.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Extra: What recent CFTC data mean for dollar bulls
U.S. dollar bulls feel vindicated by the recent jump in the greenback, but currency positioning data from last week, which showed growing bearish dollar bets, perhaps, raising concerns for some about the longevity of the current rally.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Bond Report: Yield for U.S. 10-year government bond reaches striking distance of 3%
The yield on 10-year U.S. notes took a stab at the psychologically important 3% level before pulling back on Monday as strengthening inflation prospects added to expectations of a more hawkish approach from the Federal Reserve.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow extends losing skid as investors wrestle with rising bond yields
U.S. stocks end the session little changed on Monday as investors grappled with rising bond yields and a mixed bag of earnings reports.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

CryptoWatch: Business moguls beaten in ‘bitcoin bubble' debate
Two of bitcoin's most prominent advocates took to the stage Saturday to debate why the No. 1 digital currency has a bright future and is here to stay.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Capitol Report: More than 40% of tax law's ‘pass through' benefit goes to millionaires, Congressional estimate finds
A deduction for pass-through businesses included in the tax overhaul President Donald Trump signed last year will largely benefit those making more than $1 million, according to a new congressional estimate.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Hasbro has problems in Europe in addition to Toys ‘R' Us liquidation woes
Hasbro's issues went beyond the Toys ‘R' Us liquidation, with European inventory proving to be a first-quarter problem as well.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stocks move lower as investors wrestle with rising bond yields
U.S. stocks come under selling pressure in afternoon trade Monday, as rising bond yields weigh on Wall Street sentiment.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Tell: Don't blame oil prices for a narrowing gap in government bond yields, says BMO
BMO strategists say higher oil prices should ultimately lead to a flatter yield curve, not a steeper curve as seen last week

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Amazon earnings: 100 million members could be the company's Prime number
One expert says Amazon Prime may be reaching a peak with 100 million members.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil pivots higher, settles with a gain as tensions in the Middle East heat up again
Oil prices give up earlier declines Monday to settle higher as reports that a Saudi-led air strike killed the head of the Houthi rebels in Yemen raised the potential for disruptions to the flow of crude in the Middle East.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Kate Middleton and Prince William now have more children than the average American family
The royal baby, born Monday, is the third child for the British couple.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Education doesn't necessarily save people from poverty
Why education is no longer America's great equalizer.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Tax Guy: The new tax law gives rental property owners some breaks — and one important negative change
If you own rental real estate, the new tax law has changes that you need to know about.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Commodities Corner: Palladium prices drop as Russia sanctions concern eases
Palladium prices drop Monday, poised to erase much of last week's climb and mark their lowest finish in more than a week, as supply concerns eased on news reports that the U.S. may soften its stance in regard to sanctions on a major Russian metals producer.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

London Markets: FTSE 100 extends winning streak as financials ride up alongside bond yields
U.K. stocks stretched a winning streak Monday, as gains for financial shares helped leave the London benchmark for blue-chips at its highest since early February.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Caterpillar earnings: Fears of trade-war impact appear overdone
When Caterpillar reports first-quarter results before Tuesday's open, the maker of mining and farm equipment will get a chance to prove to investors that the stock's recent underperformance doesn't reflect the bullish fundamental outlook.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Ford earnings offer another chance for the stock to shake off its slump
Ford Motor Co. is slated to report first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, with markets hoping the auto maker will show more progress toward much-touted cost-cutting measures.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

J.K. Rowling tells MarketWatch she's bewitched by ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' on Broadway
The "Harry Potter" author, director John Tiffany and writer Jack Thorne talked to us at opening night on Broadway.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Europe Markets: European stocks hit 10-week high as rising bond yields lift financial shares
European stocks finished at their highest in more than 10 weeks Monday, with a turnaround in the market aided by a gains for financial stocks as bond yields gained, moves that came ahead of this week's European Central Bank meeting.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Open jobs, few takers: Good help hardest to find in a decade, hiring survey shows
Some 90% of American companies have job openings, but shortages of skilled labor are the worst in a decade.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Visa and Mastercard earnings: Will the card networks get back on the same path?
Visa reports earnings on Wednesday, April 25, while Mastercard reports a week later. Visa Europe remains an area of focus for Visa, while Mastercard's services business is also of interest.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Money Brain: Why you're more likely to trust a financial adviser who acts like your doctor
Investors want money managers to be expert with communication as well as portfolio allocation.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Tribeca Film Festival is embracing cryptocurrency and tech
‘Braid,' the first Blockchain-financed movie, will premiere at this year's festival.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

In One Chart: This day in history: Hacked AP tweet about White House explosions triggers panic
Five years ago today, two explosions rocked the White House and President Obama was injured, according to the AP's Twitter account. The Dow immediately plunged and the S&P was reported to have lost $136.5 billion in market cap.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stock market bounces around as investors wrestle with rising bond yields
U.S. stocks flip between small gains in Monday morning trade, as rising bond yields weigh on Wall Street sentiment.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

NewsWatch: Stock investors are freaking out about bonds ending a 3 decadelong bull run—but should they be?
Government bond yields climbing and a shrinking gap between short-term and long-term Treasury rates have prompted some consternation on Wall Street, driving equity prices lower as investors fret about what these dynamics mean for U.S. economic growth as it enters its ninth year of expansion.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Apple's new robot eats iPhones — but smartphones are still bad for the environment
The new robot, called Daisy, breaks smartphones down into recyclable parts.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

How AMBI Pictures made Sarah Jessica Parker's new film for under $3 million
Italian Bacardi rum empire heiress has become a prolific backer of indie films.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Tell: Why stock pickers should favor companies that invest, rather than reward shareholders
For U.S. stock-market investors, being treated well by a company they hold might actually be a bad thing.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Netflix to issue $1.5 billion of junk bonds to finance its massive spending plans
A week after blowout earnings, Netflix Inc. said it is once again tapping the corporate bond market.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil prices on track for biggest one-day decline in a week
Oil prices fall Monday pressured by strength in the dollar as traders eye growth in U.S. crude supplies.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

In One Chart: Wall Street's convinced that President Trump can't keep a lid on oil prices
The smart money is convinced: Oil prices are headed higher, regardless of the pressure Trump recently applied to OPEC.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Currencies: Dollar rises to 3-month high as 10-year yield flirts with 3%
The greenback rally on Monday, notably against the yen, with a key dollar index ascending to a three-month high as a U.S. benchmark yield was on the cusp of breaking above a psychologically significant level at 3%.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Tell: Dollar rebound not here to stay: analyst
Rising Treasury yields inspired the U.S. dollar to strengthen in the second half of the week, while a steepening yield curve brought relief to those fearful about a downturn of the U.S. economy.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Economic Report: Existing-home sales rise in March even as supply crunch worsens
Previously-owned home sales were strong in March despite increasingly thin supply, which is pushing prices higher and keeping first-time buyers largely sidelined.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Wireless earnings: Numbers may take a back seat to collusion probe and M&A
With all that's going on in telecommunications news, earnings numbers are likely to take a back seat this quarter.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Economic Report: Chicago Fed economic measure cools in March from February's nearly two-decade high
A measure of the U.S. economy from the Chicago Federal Reserve cooled to a barely positive reading in March from an upwardly revised, multiyear-high February number.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The New York Post: Bloomberg to write $4.5 million check to make up for U.S.'s share of Paris climate pact
Climate change crusader Michael Bloomberg says he'll pony up $4.5 million to fulfill the annual U.S. commitment under the 2015 Paris climate change agreement.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Sears CEO Eddie Lampert offers to buy Kenmore and other assets
Sears Holdings Corp. Chief Executive Edward Lampert is offering to purchase the Kenmore appliance brand and other Sears units after the struggling company was unable to find other buyers for the assets.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Tim Mullaney: How the 2018 election will affect your money
The looming congressional election is soon to re-introduce the notion of political risk to U.S. markets, writes Tim Mullaney.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Our retirement system is unfair to women. Here's why
How to change the retirement gender gap.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures try to shake off rising bond yields
U.S. stock futures edge higher on Monday, trying to shake off rising bond yields, as the closely watched yield on the 10-year Treasury note came close to 3%.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

NewsWatch: This woman was fined $500 for not declaring a free apple from Delta
The traveler was randomly searched on a flight from Paris to Denver.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

This woman was fined $500 for not declaring a free apple from Delta
The traveler was randomly searched on a flight from Paris to Denver.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin tops $9,000 as crypto rally shows no signs of slowing
The total value of all cryptocurrencies topped $400 billion for the first time since March 8, once again driven by the smaller coins, most notably Bitcoin Cash, which is up more than 80% in the last seven days

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Republicans losing 2018 midterm money wars | Bolton was chairman of anti-Muslim think tank
Republicans losing money wars ahead of the 2018 midterms; John Bolton chaired an anti-Muslim think tank; French President Emmanuel Macron will call for American ‘militarism' in speech to Congress; and more.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Need to Know: Investors face a ‘do or die' moment last seen on the brink of the dot-com collapse
There have been times lately that those swift and painful selloffs across the major U.S. indexes have certainly felt like corrections, or at least volatile tremors leading to that BIG correction bears having been anticipating for years. But... really?

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: ComScore taps Bryan Wiener CEO as it looks to move beyond accounting issues
ComScore Inc. has tapped board member and digital agency veteran Bryan Wiener as its new chief executive, as the media-measurement company tries to move past years of accounting irregularities.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stock investors are freaking out about bonds ending a 3 decadelong bull run—but should they be?
Government bond yields climbing and a shrinking gap between short-term and long-term Treasury rates have prompted some consternation on Wall Street, driving equity prices lower as investors fret about what these dynamics mean for U.S. economic growth as it enters its ninth year of expansion.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Dozens of Chinese tourists killed in North Korea bus accident
A tour-bus accident in North Korea on Sunday left at least 36 people dead, most of them Chinese nationals, China's Foreign Ministry said.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Volkswagen lays ground for first U.S. bond sale after 2015 emissions scandal
The German auto maker wants to affirm credibility with investors through its first U.S. debt offering since 2015, amid turnaround efforts after VW was found to have systematically cheated on emissions tests.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Ahead of earnings, Biogen's Ionis deal perplexes
Biogen just announced a $1 billion deal, but it may not be enough to make investors happy.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Bond Report: U.S. 10-year yield rises to within sniffing distance of 3%
The yield on 10-year U.S. notes continued to rise on Monday, taking a stab at the psychologically important 3% level as strengthening inflation prospects added to expectations of a more hawkish approach from the Federal Reserve.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures slip as 10-year bond yield moves higher
Stock futures were sliding south on Monday as the yield on the 10-year Treasury note stayed elevated and investors awaited another batch of earnings.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Peter Morici: America's youth is losing confidence in democracy, capitalism
American democracy and capitalism are not doing well in the eyes of young people and the marginalized, writes Peter Morici.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

FA Center: This investing pro learned there's more to financial planning than money
After major surgery, an adviser forges deeper emotional connections.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

FA Center: Take a long look before becoming a short-term stock-market timer
Even the pros are buying at the highs and selling low, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

BookWatch: Artificial intelligence is too powerful to be left to Facebook, Amazon and other tech giants
Federal oversight is needed to keep Americans safe from AI abuses, writes Hemant Taneja.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Deep Dive: These 3 cutting-edge stocks can sharpen your investment portfolio
Buffalo Discovery Fund manager taps companies with strong growth potential.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Europe Markets: European stocks struggle as PMIs fail to provide a lift
European stocks pulled lower Monday, as investors juggled a new pile of corporate earnings reports, including from Swiss lender UBS, alongside fresh monthly readings on European services and manufacturing activity that showed signs of weakness.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

London Markets: FTSE 100 lingers around 11-week high, even as miners rally
U.K. stocks swing between small gains and losses on Monday, with traders keeping an eye on U.S. bond yields that were on the cusp of hitting a key level.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures slip as 10-year bond yield charges higher
Stock futures were sliding south on Monday as the yield on the 10-year Treasury note stayed elevated and investors awaited another batch of earnings.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Next Avenue: This is the real reason many Americans stay poor
A new report on Americans with limited incomes says that poor choices aren't why people are poor.

MarketWatch
Apr 23, 2018

Asia Markets: Asian markets get week off to a slow start
Asia-Pacific stock markets were relatively quiet Monday following a late-week pullback in U.S. equities.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: South Korea stops blaring K-Pop, propaganda across border
South Korea's Defense Ministry halted propaganda broadcasts across its heavily guarded border with North Korea, a move it said was a show of good faith to Pyongyang ahead of an inter-Korean summit later this week.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Margin: Kanye West loves his Tesla, furthers his bromance with Elon Musk
Rapper and entrepreneur Kanye West recently broke his yearlong silence on Twitter and now just can't stop tweeting, with about 50 posts this weekend alone.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Asia Markets: Asian markets get off to a slow start
Asia-Pacific stock markets were relatively quiet Monday following a late-week pullback in U.S. equities.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Trump's travel ban goes before Supreme Court on Wednesday
President Donald Trump's restrictions on travelers from several Muslim-majority countries face a legal test Wednesday, when the Supreme Court considers whether the administration can categorically bar entry to the U.S. based on a person's nationality.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: France's Macron rebuked by party as tough immigration bill passes Assembly
French President Emmanuel Macron's grip on power showed some weakness late Sunday when a group of lawmakers from his party abstained from voting on one of his government's signature bills.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Nicaragua cancels social security overhaul amid deadly protests
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega canceled an unpopular package of measures to overhaul the country's social security system, seeking to contain rising unrest after five days of violent street protests that left as many as 26 people dead in this poor Central American nation.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Earnings Outlook: PayPal earnings: Expansion plans focus on debit cards, global services
PayPal reports financial results after the market closes on Wednesday, and analysts expect another quarter of strong earnings growth.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Trump to North Korea: Nuclear dismantlement must happen before sanctions lifted
President Donald Trump will urge North Korea to act quickly to dismantle its nuclear arsenal when he meets North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and isn't willing to grant Pyongyang substantial sanctions relief in return for a freeze of its nuclear and missile tests, administration officials said.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: China streaming giant Tencent Music tunes up for massive IPO
Tencent Music Entertainment Group, China's largest music-streaming company, is preparing what would be one of the biggest technology IPOs ever following the successful debut of its European counterpart, Spotify Technology SA.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Earnings Watch: Facebook earnings: The numbers to watch for an advertiser revolt
Amid the ongoing fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal involving improperly handled Facebook Inc. member data, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has said on several occasions that the company hasn't seen a business impact. When Facebook reports first-quarter earnings Wednesday, Zuckerberg will have to prove it for the first time.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Earnings Outlook: Twitter earnings: Will product changes pay off as stock soars?
Twitter shares are up sharply this year on perceived product enhancements and doubts about Facebook, but analysts will be looking at the company's Wednesday morning earnings report for signs of actual impact in financial performance.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Pompeo likely to win confirmation despite rare Senate rebuke
CIA Director Mike Pompeo is on track for a negative recommendation Monday from the Senate committee considering his nomination as secretary of state, a vote that would mark an unusual rebuke to a central member of President Donald Trump's foreign policy team.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Northern Ireland is betting on a high-tech future — with cruise-ship tourism
The smallest of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom has ambitious plans for its post-Brexit future.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Suspect in Waffle House shooting was arrested at White House last year
A gunman who killed four and wounded four others at a Waffle House outside Nashville on Sunday morning was arrested last summer after he crossed a security barrier at the White House, police said.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Key Words: Kellyanne Conway loses it when asked about husband's criticism of Trump
Conway was clearly NOT happy to be asked about her husband and his habit of critiquing the president on Twitter.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

NewsWatch: From solar panels to sheep, winemakers take eco-friendly steps to grow their businesses
Wine producers around the world are taking steps to make their vineyards eco-friendly, an effort to take care of the land that supports their businesses.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Four dead in Waffle House shooting near Nashville
Four people were killed and two others wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Waffle House outside Nashville around 3:25 a.m. CT Sunday, according to police.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

Capitol Report: Trump isn't first president to rail about oil prices. They didn't have much luck, either
Donald Trump is the latest in a long line of presidents to publicly complain about OPEC and higher oil prices, but White House anger is mostly just a big show for American voters. Washington really can't do much in the short run to give drivers relief at the gas pump.

MarketWatch
Apr 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Trump administration backs $13 billion funding increase to World Bank
The Trump administration is backing a $13 billion increase in funding for the World Bank, putting aside its skepticism of the big government-backed institutions that manage the global economy, in part because it wants the World Bank as a counterweight to China's growing international influence.

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