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French Nuclear Cuts Stretch to Next Week as Temperatures Soar
Matt Levine On What to Watch In Twitter vs. Elon Musk
Fresh Scrutiny of Alibaba Sends China Tech Stocks Into Tailspin
Memory Chipmaker SK Hynix Weighs Slashing Spending by a Quarter in 2023
Scrutiny of Alibaba in Record Breach May Ensnare All China Tech
Rishi Sunak’s Push for Green Levy on Petrol Was Blocked by UK Cabinet
Trump Allies Line Up Shadow Government as He Weighs Third Run
Wall Street Texting Habit Sticks Banks With Rare $1 Billion Bill
Supply of US Homes for Sale Rises for First Time in Three Years
The True Value of the Cheap Postcard
Burberry Upbeat on Outlook But Concerns About China Remain
Britain’s Aspiring Leaders Are Far Too Quiet on Brexit
A Tory Dark Horse’s Momentum Draws Fire From the Right
No, BMW, We Shouldn’t Have to Pay Extra to Heat Our Seats
Countries Around the World Scramble to Ease Pressure at the Pump
Taking On Chicago’s Gun Violence With Public-Health Strategies
Ditch the Office, Dude—the #VanLife Commune Is Calling
Allred Urges Voters to Take Abortion Battle to Midterm Elections
NYC Unveils Ferry Fare Plan to Have Poor Pay Less, Tourists More
Texas Sues to Block a Biden Rule on Emergency Abortions
Texas Confident Stressed Grid Will Hold Up Amid Summer Heat
House Passes Crew Mandate Called ‘Gut Punch’ to Offshore Wind
Finance Hub That Hoped to Rival Canary Wharf Ends in Liquidation
NYC, Chicago Waste Millions on Gunshot Detection Technology, Report Says
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Crypto Exchange CoinFlex Set to Allow Limited Withdrawals
NFT Marketplace OpenSea Cuts 20% of Staff as Crypto Job Losses Deepen
Crypto Deal Delay Casts Doubts Over Thai Bank’s Makeover

CoinFlex will allow users to take out a limited portion of their balances after pausing withdrawals last month due to a counterparty failing to make a margin call.
The crypto exchange said it will cancel pending withdrawals at 1am ET on July 15 and then close down trading on the platform, according to a July 14 blog post. Following the shutdown, users will be able to withdraw up to 10% of their balances, while the remainder will be blocked, it said.


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