Morning News: January 11, 2019

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France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Could Shake Up Euro Zone Bond Markets

Xi Jinping’s Top Trade Aide to Visit U.S. for Talks This Month, Shutdown Permitting

U.S. Recession Risk Hits Six-Year High Amid Trade War, Shutdown

Do Economic Booms Die of Old Age?

‘Extraordinary’ Month Heaps Further Pain on Hedge Funds

More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost

Goldman Sachs on Course to Launch Cash Management in Mid-2020

Twitter Users in China Face Detention and Threats in New Beijing Crackdown

China Retailers Slash iPhone Prices After Apple Sales Warning

After Monsanto Patent Ruling, Indian Farmers Hope for Next-Gen GM Seeds

Juul’s Convenient Smoke Screen

Carlos Ghosn Faces New Charges in Japan as Pressure Mounts

Ben Carlson: Two Skills That Normally Don’t Go Together

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