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Rescuers Scramble to Reach Survivors of Deadly Afghan Quake
Country Garden’s Downgrade Accelerates China Junk-Bond Selloff
Uber Is Said to Have Explored a Sale of Indian Ride-Hailing Arm
Toshiba Surges on Report of Bids at $22 Billion Valuation
JPMorgan China Fund Ramps Up Bets on Tech as Bullish Calls Grow
China’s Li Repeats Call for Bumper Harvest After Summer Floods
Survivors Dig By Hand After Afghanistan Quake Killing 1,000
Hamptons Landmarks Up for Sale in East End Version of Monopoly
Only 23% of New Yorkers Can Afford Median Rent — And Prices Are Surging
Two Former Goldman Sachs Bankers Are Now in the Chocolate Business
Multiple People Killed in Helicopter Crash in West Virginia: Reports
Foreign Firms’ Russian Assets Are Lousy Deals for Locals
Rising Yields Will Test EU’s 800 Billion-Euro Promise
Waiting for a GSK Mega Deal Hurts Like Toothache
The Age of Credibility for Central Banks Is Over
The Global Currency Wars Have Begun Because, Well, Inflation
Can Crypto’s Richest Man Stand the Cold?
‘Horrific’ Sexual Abuses Uncovered in Australia Mining Probe
Half of New US Entrepreneurs Are Women, Leading a Creation Boom
Ghislaine Maxwell Should Get 30-55 Years in Prison, US Says
Big Tech Gets Caught Up in Europe’s Energy Politics
Japan to End Financing of Key Coal Projects Under Climate Pledge
These Are the World’s Most Liveable Cities in 2022
How the New York Loft Reclaimed Industrial Grit as Urban Luxury
White House Hopes New Funding Will Deter Clearing Homeless Encampments
US Senators Ask GitHub Users for Input on Crypto Legislation
Once-Dull Crypto Strategies Are Now Shining in the Bear Market
Mystery Surrounds $500 Million Outflow From Bitcoin ETF

The survivors of the rout in cryptoassets could become the technology companies of the future rivaling Inc. and eBay Inc., Bank of England Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe said.
Cunliffe compared the crash that has wiped more than $1 trillion off the value of Bitcoin and other crypto currencies this year to the dotcom collapse at the start of the millennium.


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