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MetLife will keep a U.S. operation that includes property-casualty insurance, the retirement and income-solutions division and a group offering coverage through employers. Profit at that U.S. segment climbed 19 percent to $516 million from a year earlier. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

(Bloomberg) – For MetLife Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Kandarian, the Donald Trump era looks like just what he’s been waiting for.

After complaining for years about capital standards, proposed sales restrictions and low bond yields that pressure investment income on the company’s fixed-income portfolio, the CEO sees promise.

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