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China’s Better-Than-Expected GDP Prompts Skepticism From Economists A1

China’s official growth rate is putting a spotlight on the figure’s apparent disconnect to underlying data, with economists saying that some good reports aren’t enough to offset a parade of negative numbers.

World

Ted Cruz, Among Others, Are Waiting for a Trump/Carson Fade A2

Will voter support of the current GOP presidential front-runners wane as voters get closer to actually having to cast ballots? Ted Cruz and other candidates hope so, Gerald F. Seib writes.

Opinion

Dawn of the Living Dead Bank A10

The GOP should at least reform the Ex-Im Bank if it can’t kill it.

Business & Tech.

European Oil Companies Steal a March on U.S. Peers in Iran B1

At the first major oil-and-gas conference in Iran since world powers agreed to lift sanctions, European oil companies are competing fiercely for oil and gas fields while American energy firms watch from the sidelines.

Money & Investing

Little-Known Beijing Stock Market Sees Surge of IPOs B5

A relatively obscure stock market based in Beijing has become a magnet for companies looking to raise money through IPOs, as the gloom hovering over the country’s more famous trading hubs in Shanghai and Shenzen persists.

Personal Journal

Long Nights in a Sleep Lab A8

How two research subjects pass the time—and work to stay awake—during a Penn study on sleep deprivation.


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