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  • Reuters

    MORNING BID-Reopen Sesame

    Wall Street slumped on Monday, battered by the old 'good news is bad news' adage following unexpectedly strong U.S. service sector activity figures, which should set a negative tone for Asian markets on Tuesday. Things are moving in China as it starts loosening its 'dynamic zero-COVID' policy following unprecedented protests recently, although how far it will go and whether it will satisfy investors' hopes remains to be seen. This follows comments last week from Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to EU officials, that the dominant Omicron variant of the virus - as opposed to the more lethal Delta variant - should pave the way for further relaxation.

  • Reuters

    Michael Avenatti sentenced to 14 years prison in California fraud case

    Michael Avenatti, the already imprisoned lawyer who represented porn actress Stormy Daniels in litigation against Donald Trump, was sentenced on Monday to another 14 years in prison after he admitted to cheating four other clients, including a paraplegic, out of millions of dollars. The sentence imposed by U.S. District Judge James Selna in Santa Ana, California is in addition to the five years in prison that Avenatti, 51, was already serving for two unrelated convictions in Manhattan federal court. Selna also ordered Avenatti to pay $10.8 million in restitution to the clients and the Internal Revenue Service.

  • Bloomberg

    Apple Store Employees Chide Union in Rare Display of Pushback

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. retail employees pushed back on unionization efforts at a location in St. Louis, with staffers saying they don’t want to be represented by the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers, a labor group that recently attempted to organize the store. Most Read from Bloomberg‘Huge, Missing and Growing:’ $65 Trillion in Dollar Debt Sparks ConcernStocks Hit by Fed-Hike Jitters as US Yields Surge: Markets WrapAmbitious Plans to Build Indonesia a Brand New Capi