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  • Reuters

    Bill Gross says Trump is 'bearish' choice for bond markets

    Gross, once the most influential voice in the market, predicted to the paper that a second Trump presidency would push deficits higher than re-electing President Joe Biden. "Trump is the more bearish of the candidates simply because his programs advocate continued tax cuts and more expensive things," Gross said.

  • Associated Press

    Pacers hope to beat odds by fighting back and extending Eastern Conference finals against Celtics

    Coach Rick Carlisle expects the Indiana Pacers to punch back Monday night. Yes, he realizes no NBA team has ever rallied from a 3-0 deficit to win a best-of-seven series, and, of course, his players understand a Game 4 victory only assures them of one thing — another trip to Boston for another elimination game. “We're going to come at these guys harder on Monday,” Carlisle said Saturday after losing their first home playoff game this season.

  • RFI

    Wawrinka outwits fellow veteran Murray to move into second round at French Open

    Stan Wawrinka outclassed Andy Murray on Sunday night to reach the second round at the French Open. The 2015 champion won 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 after two hours and 19 minutes on centre court in the first of the night matches at the 2024 championships.The 39-year-old Swiss, who is the oldest man in the draw, broke Murray in the opening game of the match and wrapped up the first set in 53 minutes.It was a similar pattern in the second set as Wawrinka's famed singled-handed backhand punched through Murray's