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How India's prime minister and his party are endangering the world's biggest democracy. Our cover this week

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MEMO to #XRParmy : @EleanorTerrett  is putting the finishing touches on her #XRP  - @Ripple  regulatory road map. She will be exceedingly fair and will give ALL parties a chance to weigh in and influence our final product. Stay tuned

shitstorm latest: when the government said it was impossible to stop sewage storm discharges - because it would cost £150bn - they meant it was actually possible after all

As the world turns... Only 1 continent is currently on the rise with Covid: Europe@OurWorldInData  England's cases are in decline 👍 But Central and Eastern Europe are soaring

There is no conclusive evidence yet, but I suspect several Republican members of Congress will end up being implicated in assisting the 1/6 attack on the Capitol, which is why you see the GOP line quietly shifting to “1/6 was actually a good and noble thing”.

Start with what happened in the first few years of the financial crisis and aftermath. Here's the monetary base, which is what the Fed controls directly, one measure of the money supply, and nominal GDP 2/

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“For the next game, you have to avoid checking your crypto portfolio for 24 hours”

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I kinda like avocado toast & pro level coffee tbh :) Starbase cuisine does an amazing job with those.

Nothing out of the ordinary here, folks. No urgency on climate.

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Senator Joe Manchin, a crucial swing vote in the chamber, said he opposes a Democratic measure requiring banks to report deposits and withdrawals of some accounts to the IRS to help find tax cheats

LISTEN NOW: Tesla heads to the moon — hitting a $1 trillion market cap. Listen and follow the @SquawkAlley  podcast here or on your favorite podcast platform:

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