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EU’s Tusk Tells Economic Migrants to Stop Coming to Europe A1

European Council President Donald Tusk appealed to economic migrants to stop coming to Europe, as neither Greece nor any other European country will act as transit countries any more.

World

Syria Faces Partition Despite Cease-Fire A2

A division of the country doesn’t help efforts to join forces against Islamic State, writes Yaroslav Trofimov.

Opinion

Trump’s Pottery Barn GOP A12

Even as Trump wins, GOP resistance to his nomination builds.

Business & Tech.

Gazprom Secures $2.17 Billion Loan From Bank of China B1

Russian state gas giant Gazprom has secured a $2.17 billion loan from Bank of China, a sign of how Western sanctions are increasing Russia’s economic reliance on China.

Money & Investing

The Return of the Inflation Trade B5

The inflation trade is back on Wall Street, thanks to a recent upturn in U.S. economic data and warming investor sentiment. Demand for Treasury inflation-protected securities has perked up after recent data showed growing inflation pressures.

  • Goldman Likely to Drop Bid on Russian Bond Deal Following U.S. Pressure, Sources Say B5
  • U.K. Regulator Opens Investigation Into Six Insurers B5
  • China’s Soft Power Tested as Sale of Cotton Stockpile Looms B5
  • Bill Gross: Negative Rates Are Finance Economy’s Last, Dying Gasp B5
  • Delta Lloyd Locked in Dispute With Highfields Over Rights Issue B5
  • U.S. Stocks Gain Ahead of Jobs Report B7
  • CFTC, SEC Inch Closer to Full Strength With Nominations Moves B7
  • UBS’s French Unit Placed Under Formal Investigation B8
  • Finance Watch B8

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