Russia-Ukraine Latest News: October 9, 2022 – Bloomberg

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Billionaire Chris Rokos Joins Macro Traders Heading for Record Year With 44% Surge
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China, a Country of 1.4 Billion, Again Misses World Cup
The Party Label Is What Matters Most to Voters
Hedge Funds Forego Round Two in Philip Morris Takeover Fight
Only Republicans Can Rescue American Democracy
Small Businesses Find a Loophole in the New Tax Law: Zelle
Adobe Is Trying to Spend $20 Billion to Buy Back Its Swagger
Seizing a Russian Superyacht Is Much More Complicated Than You Think
The US Northeast Is Hurtling Toward a Winter Heating Crisis
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Saudi Says Wealth Fund Aims to Reach Carbon Neutrality by 2050
Renewable Power’s Big Mistake Was a Promise to Always Get Cheaper
How a Death Star-Shaped Treehouse Landed in Austin’s Favorite Park
The Enduring Appeal of ‘I Voted’ Stickers
The Beijing Marathon Returns, With Some Covid-Zero Conditions
Formula One Sponsorships From Crypto Firms Dwindle With Downturn
Ethereum Insiders to Get Fee Cuts That Others Won’t in Upgrade
UK Parliament Group Starts NFT Inquiry as Crypto Scrutiny Grows
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Vladimir Putin blamed Ukraine for the explosion that damaged the Kerch Strait Bridge, which was built to link Crimea to Russia after he declared the peninsula’s annexation from Ukraine in 2014. The Russian president called a meeting of his Security Council for Monday. 


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