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US Catch-up: Wall Street looks to coax workers back to office

Everything you need to know for the week ahead in the US

Wall Street: Research shows less than half of office workers are back at their desks, including just 43 per cent in finance-heavy New York in August. Picture: Getty

Donald Trump is testing a strategy of having prominent loyalists campaign for him. While it seems an unusual idea for a frontrunner, the former president’s legal tangles — including four criminal cases — could start pulling him off the trail starting early next year. That’s when stand-ins such as Representatives Byron Donalds and Matt Gaetz could be critical. They’re already active as surrogates at campaign events, which has the added attraction of keeping Trump at ...