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Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan Ferro & Lisa Abramowicz live from New York, bringing insight on global markets and the top business stories of the day.
The economy and markets are “under surveillance”. Bloomberg Surveillance, covering the latest news in finance, economics and investments.
Follow Bloomberg reporters as they uncover some of the biggest financial crimes of the modern era. This documentary-style series follows investigative journalists as they uncover the truth
Germany Poised to Agree on Bailout Terms for Uniper ‘Soon’
London Endures Greatest Post-Pandemic Shift in Working Habits
Nail-Biting Earnings Season Ahead After Nasdaq Rout
Twitter Shares Sink, With Legal Battle Ahead as Elon Musk Walks Away
Musk’s About-Face on Twitter Sends Takeover Saga to Delaware
Hong Kong Says Home Quarantine Can Be Expanded With Health Codes
Biden’s Economic Agenda Heads Into Pivotal Month on Capitol Hill
Cost of Living Crisis Hits UK University Students Hard
Top Places to Move if You’re Single and Why It’s Not NYC
What Is Manhattanhenge? Where Can You See It?
Aspen’s Mansion Market Is Cooling Right as the Buying Season Starts
Investors Should Think Risk Factors, Not Asset Classes
FOMO on Junk Bonds Clashes With Recession Fear
Biden Can Unite Israel and Saudi Arabia to Meet Iran Threat
Using Artificial Intelligence to Predict the Next Covid Variant
The Fuel Thefts That AMLO Tried to End Are Getting Worse Again
The US Industrial Complex Is Starting to Buckle From High Power Costs
‘Under Siege’: Facing School Shootings and Book Bans, US Teachers Have Had It
Abortion Bans Are Limiting What Some Doctors and Med Students Are Taught
For Workers Who Want Abortion Privacy, Staying Quiet Is Only the First Step
Hackers Are Helping to Speed Up China’s Electric Scooter Boom
What Does a Melting Glacier Sound Like? More Data for Climate Scientists
Thailand Plans $37 Billion Smart City to Support Industrial Hub
How the Amusement Park Conquered America
Baby Formula Shortage Worsens As Stock Drops Below 60% In Some States
Jump Trading Is All In on Crypto, Despite the Wintry Mix
Crypto Plunge Is Cautionary Tale for Public Pension Funds
BlockFi Investor Prepared for Heavy Losses as FTX Forged Deal

Bitcoin bulls beware: Wall Street expects the cryptocurrency’s crash to get a whole lot worse.
The token is more likely to tumble to $10,000, cutting its value roughly in half, than it is to rally back to $30,000, according to 60% of the 950 investors who responded to the latest MLIV Pulse survey. Forty percent saw it going the other way. Bitcoin fell 2.8% to $20,390 on Monday morning in London.


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