October 4, 2022

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Singapore Overtakes Hong Kong in World Financial Centers Ranking
Philippines Signals More Rate Hikes, FX Moves to Defend Peso
Nikola Investor Lost $160,000 on Milton’s Hype, He Tells Jury
Former BOE Policy Maker Martin Weale Says Truss’s Tax-Cutting Plan Will ‘End in Tears’
Covid Infection Linked to More Type 1 Diabetes in Kids and Teens
Convicted Twitter Spy Says US Hid Whistle-Blower Report
HappyFresh Exits Malaysia and Thailand After Strategic Review
SoftBank Cuts Valuation of IPO-Bound Oyo to $2.7 Billion
Lula’s Support Puts First-Round Win Back in Play, DataFolha Says
Biden Vows ‘Ironclad’ Defense of Philippines in Marcos Meeting
Rents May Finally Have Peaked in the US
Crushed Pound at Weakest Since 1985 Leaves UK Investors in a Tough Spot
Repair Work Begins in Some Alaska Towns Slammed By Storm
US Missing Many Starters Ahead of World Cup Warmup Vs Japan
FedEx’s Pricing Power Isn’t Working and Won’t Last
Now the UK Has to Wrestle With India’s Demons, Too
On Second Thought, Maybe Housing Was in a Bubble After All
This Is What Life’s Like in the World’s Strictest Covid Zero City
How Neuroscientists Use Brain Breaks to Boost Creativity at Work
Price Cap on Russian Oil Risks Crisis It’s Meant to Prevent
Australian Mining Firm IPOs Lag on Board Gender Balance
Florida Sued by Students Over $1.3 Billion Funding Gap for HBCUs
California Moves to Ban Natural Gas Furnaces and Heaters by 2030
Pakistan Leader Says ‘All Hell’ to Break Loose Without Debt Deal
The Next Step on Climate Action: Parking Reform
With Two Months to Qatar’s World Cup, There’s a Lot Left to Do
A Global Push for More ‘15-Minute Cities’
IRS Wins Order for SFOX Customer Data in Crypto Tax Push
How Is Crypto Impacting Climate? White House Energy Policy Adviser Answers Your Questions
Now That Ethereum’s Merge Happened, What’s Next?
With the exception of a few weeks at the start of 1985, the pound has never been weaker against the US dollar than it is today.
The fresh lows for sterling followed Wednesday’s decision by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by another three-quarters of a percentage point. And while the currency rebounded slightly on Thursday after the Bank of England followed with its own half-point rate hike, the headwinds are unlikely to abate soon.


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