May 28, 2023

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China Sets Yuan Fix at Strongest Bias on Record to Lift Currency
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A Dubious Truck, a Whistleblower Army, and Inept Spies: Inside the Very Weird Nikola Saga
Warner Bros. Discovery Lays Off About 100 Employees in Ad Sales
Chinese Homeowners Rush to Repay Loans Despite Mortgage Boycotts
Visa Warns Merchant Codes Won’t Show Customer Gun Purchases
DraftKings Will Be Exclusive Odds Provider for Amazon NFL Games
Twitter Whistle-Blower Testimony Spurs Calls for Tech Regulator
EU Pushes for Rationing and Levies in Energy-Crisis Fight
Biden Jets to Delaware to Vote Instead of Using Mail Ballot
Chinese Homeowners Rush to Repay Loans Despite Mortgage Boycotts
Richest Americans Lose $93 Billion After Inflation-Fueled Stock Rout
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Blankenship Loses Job With Colts After Missed FG in Houston
Air Travel Has Almost Recovered. Airlines? Not So Much
Coming Rate Shock Will Be Different But No Less Fraught
Soaring Rents Are a Nightmare for the Fed, Markets, Humanity
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Chinese Manufacturers Get Around US Tariffs With Some Help From Mexico
A Dubious Truck, a Whistleblower Army, and Inept Spies: Inside the Very Weird Nikola Saga
Burden of Raising Kids Drives Korean Fertility to World’s Lowest
New Jersey Public Workers Rally Against Rising Health-Care Costs
Lure of Cheap China Hydropower Backfiring Due to Climate Change
Drought Across Swathes of England Set to Remain Until Next Year
Artist Reveals Instagrammers’ Real Stories With Video Surveillance
New Yorkers Who Fled to Connecticut During the Pandemic Are Staying Put
Phoenix Inflation at Record 13% Shows Divergence Among Cities
Crypto Traders Flee Indian Exchanges for Binance to Escape Taxes
Merge Hype Prompts Investors to Pull Cash From Ethereum ETP
Novogratz’s Galaxy Sued by Crypto Custodian BitGo Over Deal Breach
Some of the best-known rules of thumb in personal finance have outlived their usefulness. 
While it’s helpful to have a starting point for a housing budget or savings target, or for splitting an investment portfolio between asset classes, many popular guidelines date back to a time when the growth in real estate prices and wages was more closely aligned, student debt hadn’t breached the trillion-dollar mark, and stocks and bonds didn’t fall at the same time.


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