Daily Perspective: An analysis of 749 mass shootings over the past six years found that about 60% were either domestic violence attacks or committed by men with histories of domestic violence. - CityLab
Fintech Movers: The world’s top listed miner BHP Group said on Tuesday it had made its first yuan-denominated sale of iron ore to China Baoshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd and would explore using blockchain for such transactions in future. - Reuters
- Softbank forms LatAm fund.
- WEX snags $400M funding.
- BIS to intro research hubs.
- Boro’s AI tool helps students.
- Acorns launched tool for kids.
- SocGen is acquiring Shine.
- Zeller raises $6.3M to bank.
- Cboe intros mini VIX futures.
- Inside Ally’s tech strategy.
- SocGen acquiring Shine.
- Capital scores $9M in seed.
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Watch Out For This: Beijing asserted broad new powers over Hong Kong to rein in those who criticize its rule -- from pro-democracy protesters to news agencies to overseas dissidents -- laying out a new national security law that activists and business groups warned endangered the city’s appeal as a financial hub. - Bloomberg
- TikTok is stealing personal data.
- Bank reform will benefit society.
- Malls are turning into apartments.
- Fauci sees 100K new cases a day.
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Market Moving Headline: Joe Biden told potential donors to his campaign that he would roll back most of President Donald Trump’s multi-trillion-dollar tax cuts – even though “a lot of you may not like that.” - CNBC
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