1. United States $15,9tn / 2. United Kingdom $9,3tn / 3. Germany $5,5tn / 4. France $5,3tn / 5. Japan $2,8tn / Source: World Bank
The US House has voted to roll back regulations imposed by the Dodd-Frank Act. The new law loosens capital requirements for both major and smaller banks. It marks another marquee pro-business triumph for Donald Trump.
With a euroskeptic government coalition likely to take over the reins in Italy, fears are mounting that the problems in the eurozone's third-largest economy will only get worse. Financial markets are already jittery.
While the US economy is strong, a creeping decline in foreign investment indicates that eurozone investors are growing weary of US debt. Should the US care? Lindsey Rae Gjording reports from New York.
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