The Wall Street Journal—Crypto Exchange Binance Teeters On Brink

After FTX crashed, the world of crypto seemed to belong to the largest exchange, Binance. Less than a year later, Binance is the one in distress. The Wall Street Journal.pdf-size12.07MB

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The Wall Street Journal—MGM Resorts Said No to Ransom

Recovery to cost above $100 million after hack disrupted casinos last month. WSJ.pdf-size38.80MB

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Financial Times—JPMorgan steps up securitisation effort

JPMorgan Chase has stepped up the pace at which it is securitising billions of dollars of its loan portfolio in anticipation of proposed new US capital requirements for large banks,

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The Wall Street Journal—SaudisWilling to Raise Oil Output to Help Israel Deal

DUBAI—Saudi Arabia has told the White House it would be willing to boost oil production early next year if crude prices are high—a move aimed at winning goodwill in Congress

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Financial Times—LNG push puts Shell’s net zero plans in focus

At Shell’s first capital markets dayunder new chief executive Wael Sawanthis summer, the energy group angered environmentalists with its plans to holdoil output steadyrather than allowing itto decline. Financial Times.pdf-size12.97MB

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The Wall Street Journal—China Property Gets Bullish Sign

Price of iron ore,seen as bellwether,has risen more than 20% since late May. The Wall Street Journal.pdf-size21.06MB

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Financial Times—Korean watchdogs vow crackdown on leveraged buying and margin call risk

South Korea’s financial regulators have vowed to curb short-term speculation by retail investors, as their bets on tech stocks fuel fears of a market bubble. FT.pdf-size9.84MB

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Financial Times—ExxonMobil agrees $59.5bn deal for shalegroup Pioneer

ExxonMobil has agreed to buy PioneerNatural Resources in a $59.5bn dealthatis set to unleash a wave of consolidationin the US shale oil industry. FT.pdf-size11.77MB

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The Wall Street Journal—Microsoft Completes Its $75 Billion Deal To Buy Activision

Microsoft closed its $75 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the largest in a decade of deals under Chief Executive Satya Nadella that have positioned the software giant at the center

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Financial Times—Sequoia spin-off HongShan goes global after home opportunities dry up

Chinese venture capital group HongShan, which announced its split from Sequoia Capital this year, is establishing a global footprint as a slowdown in the domestic economy pushes it overseas. Financial

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The Wall Street Journal—Netflix Pushes Into Videogames

Streamer to go up against the sector’s giants with titles based on its shows. The Wall Street Journal.pdf-size13.21MB

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Financial Times—BofA profits beat forecasts on back of rate rises and strong trading

Bank of America reported an increase in third-quarter profits as the country’s second-largest bank continued to benefit from higher interest rates, and its traders delivered their best performance in a

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