David Westin speaks with top names in finance about the week’s biggest issues on Wall Street.
Bloomberg Wall Street Week, hosted by David Westin, is a reinvention of the iconic Wall Street Week, which aired on PBS for over 30 years and was hosted by late financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. The one-hour program features market and geopolitical discussions with a rotating panel of influential voices including thought leaders, CEOs, policy makers and economists.
The seeds of this year’s massive coronavirus death toll in India were sown by a premature declaration of victory after the first wave in 2020, a series of government mistakes and rampant misinformation on social media.
Gazprom Sets Out Challenges for Resuming Normal Nord Stream Flow
Ukraine Downgraded by S&P as Default Becomes ‘Virtual Certainty’
Alibaba Added to SEC List of Chinese Firms Facing Delisting
Musk Files Defense Under Seal as Twitter Trial Set for Oct. 17
Permira Is in Lead to Buy Reorg Research From Warburg Pincus
Japan’s Youth Shun Politics, Leaving Power With the Elderly
Rape Exception Divides Indiana Republicans in Abortion Debate
Calstrs Posts 1.3% Loss for Latest Fiscal Year After Market Rout
Most Expensive Condo in Los Angeles Hits Market at $75 Million
Review: Beyoncé Escapes to Dance World in “Renaissance”
Neil Patrick Harris Is Suddenly Single in Comedy ‘Uncoupled’
The Four Mysteries of Pelosi’s Troublesome Taiwan Trip
Manufacturers That Sell to Consumers Feel the Pinch
There’s a New Centrist Political Party. It’s Going Nowhere.
The Indian Government’s Fight Against ‘Fake News’ Targets Political Dissent
Jazzercise Is Alive and Kicking Decades After It Got Started
US Banks Passed the Latest Stress Test, But Are Still Unhappy
UAW Head Says Battery-Worker Pay Must Match Assembly Wages
Teen Has Raised $1.5 Million for Abortion Funds in the Week Since Matt Gaetz Mocked Her
Over Half of Britons Were Net Welfare Recipients During Pandemic
Southwest Rains Flood Deserts, Cascade Into Vegas Casinos
Democrats’ Climate Bill Seen Boosting Carbon Capture on US Farms
NYC Wants In-Person Dining Back. Will Restaurant Week Be the Ticket?
Diary of a Pandemic Bus Driver
A Legal Showdown Over Section 8 Discrimination Is Brewing in Dallas Suburb
FDIC’s Message to Crypto Investors: Digital Assets Aren’t Insured 
Troubled Crypto Lender Babel Lost Big While Trading Client Funds
Ex-Voyager Executive Explores Competing Restructuring Plan for Crypto Lender

Bitcoin sank to a more than one-week low, buffeted by investor skittishness ahead of a looming Federal Reserve interest-rate hike and amid harsher regulatory scrutiny of the cryptocurrency sector.
The largest token dropped as much as 6.5% on Tuesday and was trading at around $20,904 as of 2:53 a.m. in New York. The MVIS CryptoCompare Digital Assets 100 gauge shed more than 5%, while recent high flyers Polygon and Ether was down about 10%. 


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