Media Companies Are Having Their Worst Year in Three Decades – Bloomberg
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Media Companies Are Having Their Worst Year in Three Decades – Bloomberg

Jonathan Ferro drives you through the market moving events from around the world on Bloomberg’s The Open. 60 minutes featuring the brightest minds on Wall Street, taking you through the most important hour of the trading day.
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Simon Chamorro has a radical idea for cryptocurrency. His startup Valiu uses blockchain to offer digital exchange in the hopes of protecting fellow Venezuelans from hyperinflation. If the experiment succeeds, it could be a template for struggling economies everywhere.
Biggest Junk-Bond ETFs Post Record Inflow in Dash Back to Risk
Russia Budget Surplus Grows Thanks to Windfall Tax on Gazprom
BOE Chief Praises Firms for Increasing Pay for Poorest Workers
EU Says Recession Is Here and Inflation Shock Will Linger On
UK Economic Contraction Heralds Start of Protracted Recession
TPG-Backed Singlife, Prudential Eye BNI’s Insurance Unit
World Cup Stadium Construction Flouted Qatar’s New Laws, Rights Group Says
Schneider Electric Raises Offer for Aveva to £9.86 Billion
Elizabeth Holmes Asks for a Lenient 18-Month Sentence at Home
Twitter Reinstates ‘Official’ Tags After Flood of Fake Accounts
Norway Prosecutors Indict Russian Businessman Linked to Putin
Ex-South African Finance Minister Manuel Warns Against Unaffordable Grants
Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Is Trying to Buy Back FTX’s 30% Stake
Bankman-Fried’s ‘Effective Altruism’ Implodes With His Fortunes
Sorry, NYC. Some of the Country’s Best Ramen Is Going to New Jersey
Japanese Music Stars Form Band ‘To Make the World Rock’
Sending Troops to Haiti Would Make a Bad Situation Worse
Biden Mustn’t Squander the Lame-Duck Session
Coal Deals Must Put the Fine Print in Bold
The Golden Era of AI Chess Makes Things Tricky for Players
Americans Have $5 Trillion in Cash, Thanks to Federal Stimulus
Meta Investors Are in No Mood for Zuckerberg’s Metaverse Moonshot
Qatar World Cup Set to Defy Controversy and Hit Revenue High
Record Global Food Import Bill Near $2 Trillion Hurting Poorest
Blue Wins in Governor’s Races Lift the Hopes of US Climate Advocates
Green Activists Are Wrong About Saudi Arabia, Says Oil Chief
A New Maternity Care Model, Founded by a Mother and Her Midwife
For Brazil, Devastating Rain Is an Urban Planning Problem
In Rapidly Urbanizing Seoul, the Next Battle Is Saving Green Spaces
Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Is Trying to Buy Back FTX’s 30% Stake
Bankman-Fried’s ‘Effective Altruism’ Implodes With His Fortunes
What Binance’s Axed FTX Buyout Means for the Cryptoverse
We’re doing a special edition because of the media bloodbath on Wall Street this week. Investors are freaked out about the state of the entertainment business, and hopefully we can do a decent job of explaining why that is.
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