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It’s crunch time for the latest Republican healthcare bill — and it doesn’t look good. Republican lawmakers in the Senate are days away from perhaps a final deadline on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, a seminal promise from the party for more than seven years.

Meanwhile, the newest version of the bill is already getting a slew of brutal reviews.

In Wall Street news, Steve Cohen took a big step in launching his massive new hedge fund, Business Insider reported late Friday. Cohen, the billionaire hedge-fund manager briefly banned from the industry after an insider-trading investigation, has sent investors documents pitching his new fund, a person who reviewed the deck told Business Insider. And the terms are steep.

In markets news:

Aldi is fixing a major weakness and coming straight for Whole Foods. China may make a key policy change that would be a huge win for Tesla.

Larry Summers says Treasury Secretary Steve “Mnuchin may be the greatest sycophant in Cabinet history.”

Lastly, there’s a tiny college outside Los Angeles where graduates out-earn Harvard and Stanford alums.

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