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Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy.
As prominent equestrians are banned and even arrested, some traditionalists are taking aim at the Olympic watchdog created to protect young athletes.
Germany Prepares to Trigger Second Stage of Emergency Gas Plan
Supply Issues Account for Half of Surge in US Inflation, Study Says
Microsoft Scraps Some AI Facial-Analysis Tools, Citing Risk of Bias
Hong Kong Telco HKBN Sale Stalls on Market Volatility
Amazon Taps In-House Grocery Chief to Run Retail Business
Senate Reaches Deal on Gun Measure, Connecticut’s Murphy Says
GOP Senator Ron Johnson Sought to Intervene for Trump on Jan. 6
Nikola Founder Milton Seeks to Block Evidence of Wealth at Fraud Trial
Billionaire Sheryl Sandberg Expands Foundation Ahead of Meta Departure
Oscars to Honor Fox, Euzhan Palcy, Diane Warren, Peter Weir
George Harrison’s Widow Talks of Life, Death Through Poetry
Mortgage Lenders Warned Us Trouble Was Coming
The Fertility Crisis Started in Japan, But It Won’t Stay There
Citi and Revlon Are in Murky Waters
Emmanuel Macron Wants to Pay Workers a Dividend
China’s Consumer Confidence Crisis Will Leave Permanent Scars
How to Mix Strategy Sessions With Karaoke at a Modern Company Retreat
Ex-Tesla Worker in Racism Case Turns Down Jury Award After Judge Cuts It 89%
Amazon Senior Black Executives Are Leaving E-Commerce Giant
New Ryan Reynolds Venture to Increase Diversity in Marketing
Payouts on Big US Power Grid Fall 32% in Blow to Coal Plants
BlackRock Calls on SEC to Change Climate-Risk Disclosure Plan
The 911 for Mental Health Is Almost Here — Ready or Not
Hong Kong’s Floating Jumbo Restaurant Sinks at Sea
From Ruins of a Ku Klux Klan Hall, Fort Worth Reshapes Racial Narrative
Short Sellers Are Having a Field Day Betting Against Crypto Stocks
Crypto Billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried Doles Out Credit Lines to Stem Contagion
Crypto Donors Poured Money Into Politics in May Despite Downturn

Traders betting against stocks have generally done well this year, with bearish wagers against crypto shares proving to be a major standout.
Short sellers in digital-asset stocks have gained an average of 130% in 2022, according to Ihor Dusaniwsky, head of predictive analytics at S3, a technology and data-analytics firm. By comparison, wagers against the automobile and software sectors have returned about 50%, while retailing, media and entertainment have seen gains of about 46% each. 


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