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ICYMI: Over two-thirds of JPMorgan investors rejected the CEO’s pay package. That won’t hit Jamie Dimon in the wallet. But his bully pulpit, like his bank, is smaller than it was a year ago, writes @johnsfoley 

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ICYMI: Xiaomi's shrinking quarterly sales of $11 bln, and a net loss, make clear how China's Covid-19 lockdowns are hurting consumers. A reckoning of bloated inventories and falling demand awaits, says @mak_robyn 

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ICYMI: Three years is a long time for Hong Kong’s hoteliers to keep hoping visitors will return as the city maintains a zero-Covid policy. A series of recent sales suggests some are giving up, says @JennHughes13 

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ICYMI: Crypto’s day of reckoning, Goldman holiday perks: podcast

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ICYMI: Tycoon Gautam Adani is spending up to $10.5 bln to enter India’s building-materials market and cement his own rise, despite the construction sector’s mixed outlook, says @ugalani 

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ICYMI: India's ban on wheat exports will exacerbate global food security woes and shift focus onto the country’s critical rice exports, says @ugalani 

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In six years of debate over a new London runway, China has built 44 new airports @robertspcole 

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NASA's Pluto flyby shows non-profit science is still worth doing. @richardbeales1 :

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Zambia held a national day of prayer for its currency. It hasn't worked: @rob1cox 

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Whatever else follows the Greek "No" vote, it's clear misery lies ahead @Hugodixon  #Greece 

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ICYMI: The crisis in Ukraine is a tectonic shift for global finance. Investor turned anti-corruption campaigner @Billbrowder  joins @dasha_reuters  on The Exchange podcast to discuss

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China is at risk of a self-inflicted recession. A survey shows that nearly 1/3 of its population is under some sort of lockdown, with shops shut and factories struggling. More policy easing looks unavoidable, but so does capital flight, says @ywchen1 

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ICYMI: Elon Musk is buying Twitter in the name of free speech. Beijing will lean on him to un-ban its troll army, then push him to comply with its extra-territorial sedition law. Tesla's key Shanghai outfit risks being a pawn in the fight: @petesweeneypro 

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Globalization backlash misses the real danger to jobs in 2017: robots @GinaChon  #BVPredicts 

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