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By James Oliphant INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Donald Trump's success in the race for the White House may well ride on the support of Republican evangelicals made wary as the front-runner reveals a more liberal side to his social views. A case in point is Tuesday's nominating contest in Indiana, a conservative Midwestern U.S. state that has voted Republican in nine of the last 10 presidential elections. A New York businessman who has never held public office, Trump has had some success with evangelicals in states such as South Carolina.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Warren Buffett, the chairman and chief executive of conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway , said Monday Berkshire did not try to profit from global central bank monetary policy and that low oil prices were beneficial to the United States. "It’s a fascinating movie to watch," Buffett told cable television network CNBC, in reference to central bank monetary policy worldwide. "I don’t try to make money off the movie." (Reporting by Sam Forgione; editing by Susan Thomas)