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    26 2022-06

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    26 2022-06

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    26 2022-06

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    26 2022-06

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    26 2022-06

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    26 2022-06

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    25 2022-06

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    25 2022-06

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    25 2022-06

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    25 2022-06

    Zimbabwe Plans Triple-Digit Interest Rate Hike to Tame Inflation

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    25 2022-06

    Macron's Party Seeks to Enshrine Abortion Right in Constitution

    President Emmanuel Macron’s party will seek to enshrine the right to abortion in the French Constitution after several US states imposed an immediate ban following Friday’s Supreme Court’s ruling.

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    25 2022-06

    Market Extra: Congressional review of ‘meme stock’ trading frenzy shows Robinhood’s liquidity troubles worse than reported

    A new House report suggests Robinhood's senior leaders were blindsided by their clearing house's collateral demands.

    25 2022-06

    Bitcoin Options Point to Positive Signs After Rout, Traders Say

    Crypto is undergoing a historic bout of volatility, but options traders are seeing positive signs within the market in the wake of the ruckus and controversy that overtook digital-asset lenders and others in the sector.

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    A well-crafted cover letter can open doors that might otherwise have remained closed.

    25 2022-06

    Biden Criticizes Supreme Court for Making ‘Terrible Decisions’

    President Joe Biden criticized the US Supreme Court for making “terrible decisions,” a day after it struck down the constitutional right to abortion.

    25 2022-06

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    25 2022-06

    Spain Plans $9.5 Billion in Inflation Aid; Windfall Energy Tax

    Spain plans to hand out an extra 9 billion euros ($9.5 billion) in new tax breaks and direct aid to soften the impact of soaring prices threatening the euro area’s fourth-largest economy.

    25 2022-06

    Singapore Regulator Praises Leaders of Crypto Firms Like Binance - Bloomberg

    Just days after saying Singapore is “brutal and unrelentingly hard” on bad behavior in the crypto industry, Sopnendu Mohanty, chief fintech officer at the city’s regulator, struck a cordial tone.

    25 2022-06

    Market Snapshot: Recession scare starting to challenge inflation as top fear among stock and bond investors

    "The inflation rhetoric is cooling while the recession narrative is gaining headlines," says Bob Schwartz, senior economist at Oxford Economics.

    25 2022-06

    Biden Signs Bipartisan Gun-Safety Bill Into Law After Massacres

    President Joe Biden signed gun-safety legislation into law that he called the most significant of its kind in decades, restricting firearms access for the youngest buyers and offering incentives for states to set up “red flag” laws.

    25 2022-06

    China Creates Yuan Liquidity Reserve Pool With BIS, Five Others

    The People’s Bank of China will create a yuan reserve pool with the Bank for International Settlements and five other regulators to provide liquidity to participating economies in periods of market volatility.

    25 2022-06

    How giving yourself gifts can help you save more money

    You need to establish short-term rewards for yourself to achieve long-term goals, according to Charles Duhigg, author of "The Power of Habit."

    25 2022-06

    A Seismic Abortion Ruling Rocks America: Weekend Reads

    The US Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision in a historic ruling that ended the constitutional right to abortion and will likely make the procedure largely illegal in half the country.

    25 2022-06

    EU, Iran Agree to Restart Nuclear Talks in Coming Days: Borrell

    Iran has agreed to restart talks with the US, facilitated by the EU to solve outstanding issues in the coming days, EU Vice President Josep Borrell Fontelles says in a series of tweets.

    25 2022-06

    The Chief Stands Alone: Roberts, Roe and a Divided Supreme Court

    On a US Supreme Court dominated by an ambitious conservative wing, Chief Justice John Roberts has become a man on an island.

    25 2022-06

    Your Weekend Reading: The Supreme Court Reshapes America

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    25 2022-06

    Democratic Strongholds Plot Strategy to Ensure Abortion Access

    25 2022-06

    Latin America Boils Inside a Perfect Storm of Economic Crises

    When the police of El Puyo, a provincial capital in Ecuador’s Amazon region, were confronted this week by a crowd of protestors enraged by surging fuel prices, they opted to flee.

    25 2022-06

    Zimbabwe to Announce New Measures to Curb Inflation, Herald Says

    25 2022-06

    RMT Calls on Shapps to 'Tone Down the Rhetoric'

    25 2022-06

    Johnson May Face New Ouster Effort After Election Loss

    25 2022-06

    These Electric Cars Are Quietly Dominating the EV Market - Bloomberg

    The hottest electric cars in the US market aren’t coming from Tesla factories. All eyes are on Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 and the Kia EV6.

    25 2022-06

    Roe Overturned: Now What?

    Hi, it’s Cynthia writing from New York. We wouldn’t normally send you a newsletter on a Saturday but these aren’t normal times: The Supreme Court just voted to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that grants women the right to abortion. First, let’s lo…

    25 2022-06

    : Former Trump aides testify that several Republican lawmakers asked for presidential pardons after Jan. 6 attack on Capitol

    At least one GOP congressman is said to have inquired about a ‘blanket’ pardon a month earlier.

    25 2022-06

    Wall Street Banks Quietly Test Cyber Defenses at Treasury's Direction - ITPro Today

    Some of largest U.S. banks are working with the Treasury Department, engaging in cybersecurity simulation exercises, and sharing information they would have guarded closely in the past.

    25 2022-06

    No ‘Psychological Transformation’ From Me, Says Boris Johnson

    25 2022-06

    Moving to Ban Juul, the FDA Delivers a Blow to Big Nicotine

    Marlboro maker Philip Morris, which has a stake in the e-cigarette maker, takes a hit, too.

    25 2022-06

    Protesters Gather as G-7 Leaders Set to Arrive in Germany

    25 2022-06

    Miner Capitulation Means Bitcoin Bottom Is Near: CryptoQuant

    A major “capitulation event” in which Bitcoin miners funnel thousands of tokens to exchanges could signal an approaching bottom for the world’s largest cryptocurrency, if history is any guide.

    25 2022-06

    PBOC Adviser Says China GDP Target 'Difficult' to Achieve - Bloomberg

    Effects related to the Covid pandemic in recent months will make it challenging for China to meet its 5.5% annual growth target, a central bank adviser said, adding that pro-economy policies including special bond issuance could be on the way.

    25 2022-06

    Germany Pushes for G-7 Reversal on Fossil Fuels in Climate Blow

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    25 2022-06

    Europe's Travel Woes Deepen as Strikes Add to Scrapped Flights

    A wave of airline strikes and flight cancellations is deepening Europe’s transport crisis, disrupting travel plans just as the region’s peak summer season gets under way.

    25 2022-06

    JPMorgan Says Bitcoin Miner Sales May Keep Pressuring Price - Bloomberg

    Bitcoin miners needing to sell could weigh on the token’s price for some time, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    25 2022-06

    London’s Prime Shopping Street Has a Case of Long Covid

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    25 2022-06

    Ukraine Latest: Russian Missile Barrage; German Fossil Fuel Plan

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    25 2022-06

    Ireland's Abortion Battle Can Help Post-Roe America - Bloomberg

    A conversation with Orla O’Connor, co-director of Together For Yes, the civil society campaign that helped overturn Ireland’s abortion ban, on advocacy and how to build lasting support for women’s rights.

    25 2022-06

    Putin’s War Is Forcing Italy to Rethink Its Historic Ties to Russia

    The invasion of Ukraine is exposing a fissure over attitudes to Moscow that runs through Italian business, politics and society at large.

    25 2022-06

    Global Equities Rout Hits Kenya’s Benchmark Harder Than Most

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    25 2022-06

    Wimbledon CEO Says Russian Player Ban Is For This Year Only

    Wimbledon’s decision to ban players from Russia and Belarus may not last beyond this year, says All England Lawns Tennis Club CEO Sally Bolton.

    25 2022-06

    Dutch Premier Says It’s Up to Italy to Contain Bond Spreads

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Italy should take charge of managing the cost of its government debt in financial markets.

    25 2022-06

    Understanding Crypto Liquidation, Margin Calls and Bots - Bloomberg

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    25 2022-06

    UK Petrol Prices: The Great Outsourcing Trend That Caused This

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    25 2022-06

    Lufthansa Sees No End to Disrupted Flights Until 2023, Welt Says - Bloomberg

    Deutsche Lufthansa AG doesn’t expect flight operations to return to normal until next year, after cutting 3,100 flights from its summer schedule due to staff shortages.

    25 2022-06

    Singapore Widens Tuberculosis Checks After Large Cluster Emerges

    Singapore imposed mandatory screening for tuberculosis in an apartment block after about 170 people tested positive for the infectious disease.

    25 2022-06

    Beijing Reopens Schools for More Students as Covid Cases Ease

    Beijing will allow schools to resume in-class teaching as early as Monday, removing one the last major curbs in the capital as the outbreak of Covid-19’s omicron variant finally comes under control.