Morning News: May 15, 2019

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The Global Economy Was Improving. Then the Fighting Resumed.

China’s Economy Lost Momentum Even Ahead of Trump’s New Tariffs

Trump’s Tariffs, Once Seen as Leverage, May Be Here to Stay

In China, Some Fear the End of ‘Chimerica’

Rising U.S. Oil Output Helps Fill Gap Left by Iran, Venezuela: IEA

Rise of Smaller Rivals Throws Up Fresh Challenge to Bitcoin

U.S. 2018 Births Fall to Lowest Level in 32 Years

Tencent Beats Estimates, Signaling the Worst Is Behind It

Startups Target Banks’ Small Business Customers in FX Payments Drive

You Can No Longer Buy a $35,000 Tesla Model 3 — the Price Just Went Up

Caesars, ESPN Forge Sports-Betting Partnership

Netflix Is Losing Some of Its Most Popular Shows, Thanks to AT&T

Nick Maggiulli: Losing More Than a Bet

Lawrence Hamtil: How Inflation Makes the ‘Value’ Factor a Sector Bet

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