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More than 700,000 Americans are homeless, a number that is expected to rise in the aftermath of Covid-19. How did this happen? Why does a country with unprecedented wealth and prosperity have so many people with no roof above their head? Bloomberg CityLab dives deep into America’s urgent problem, and what can be done about it.
Russian Gas Cut-Off Scuppers German Plan to Bolster Reserves
Abu Dhabi’s Second-Largest Bank Plans $1 Billion Bad Debt Sale
Volkswagen Says Porsche Listing Is on Track as Planned
Volkswagen Considers Tapping European Retail Interest for Porsche IPO
Vistry to Buy Countryside in £1.25 Billion Deal
Claim of TikTok Breach Spotlights Viral App’s Lure as Target
Argentina Outbreak of Pneumonia Caused by Legionella, PAHO Says
Casino Workers to Join UK Striking Workforce in Pay Dispute
Russia Sanctions Ben Stiller, Sean Penn After Latest US Measures
Unintentional Israeli Fire Likely Killed Reporter, Israel Finds
Credit Suisse Trust ‘Failed Basic Duty,’ Says Billionaire Client
Here’s What a Million Pounds Buys You in London’s Housing Market
Farrell And Gleeson Reunite With Martin McDonagh in Venice
In Venice, Harry Styles Talks Acting, Music And Fans
California’s Plan to Get Fast Food Workers Fired
Air Travel Is Awful. Transparency Can Improve It.
Mining’s Uncertain Future: Elements by Clara Ferreira Marques
Startup Wants to Chart Path to More Equitable Urban Development
The ESG Crown Is Slipping, and It’s Mostly the Fund Industry’s Own Fault
A New Contaminant Found in Popular Drugs Could Cost Big Pharma Millions
Chicago Receives Another 50 Migrants Sent By Bus From Texas
Arsenic Found in Tap Water of NYC Public Housing Complex
Serena Williams Forever Changed How Brands See Female Athletes
Switzerland’s Glaciers Are Becoming a Front-Row Seat to Climate Destruction
Sudan Official: Death Toll From Seasonal Floods Reaches 112
Urban Migration Slows in 2022 for Many Major US Cities
Stockholm’s ‘Housing for All’ Is Now Just for the Few
A Ring of Empty Pedestals Marks the Lack of Women in Copenhagen’s Public Art
Bitcoin Finds Relief From a Past Record High in 2017
Bitcoin Loses Momentum on Weekend With Support Around 2017 High
Nigeria, Binance in Talks for Digital City to Develop Blockchain

Stocks failed to hold onto gains, with a gloomy forecast from Nvidia Corp. weighing on technology shares and traders awaiting inflation data for clues on the pace of Federal Reserve rate hikes.
The S&P 500 erased a rally that reached 1% earlier in the day, while the Nasdaq 100 underperformed after an advance that briefly drove the tech-heavy gauge 20% above its June low. Nvidia tumbled almost 6.5%, dragging down chipmakers. Treasuries climbed.


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