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MLB mystery, revealed: An astrophysicist found the league used two different balls last year

Welcome back to Insider Weekly! I'm Matt Turner, editor-in-chief of business at Insider.Sometimes something just doesn't feel right, even if you can't put your finger on why. For many baseball fans, that's been true for some time.Every baseball is slightly different from the next. But in 2021 in particular, it felt as though the baseballs were especially unpredictable. Home runs that should have been weren't and vice versa.This week, Bradford William Davis got to the bottom o...
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China's birth rate has hit a record low. That could shake the world economy.

China's birth rate has fallen to a record low.China News Service/Getty Images A demographic crisis is rumbling in the world's second-biggest economy, with China's birth rate at a record low. It stands to destabilize a key engine of the world economy, and could shake China's closest economic partners. It could also push up global inflation as the well of cheap goods and low-wage workers dries up. It's been a rocky year for the Chinese economy, what with the Evergrande crisi...
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Watch billionaire investor Ray Dalio defend China's move to disappear citizens from the public eye by likening it to being 'a strict parent'

Ray Dalio.Kimberly White/Getty Images Ray Dalio compared China's move to take citizens out of the public eye to that of a strict parent. The founder of Bridgewater Associates was speaking with Andrew Ross Sorkin on CNBC.  Dalio has long been bullish on China, and his firm has surpassed many private-fund managers there. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The billionaire investor Ray Dalio likened China's move to banish private citizens from the pu...
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Watch billionaire investor Ray Dalio defend China's moves to disappear citizens as being 'a strict parent'

Ray Dalio.Kimberly White/Getty Images Ray Dalio likened China's moves to remove private citizens from the public eye to those of a "strict parent." The founder of Bridgewater Associates was speaking with Andrew Ross Sorkin on CNBC.  Dalio has long been bullish on the Asian superpower. His firm has surpassed many private-fund managers in China. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell Billionaire investor Ray Dalio likened China's moves to banish private...
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10 things before the opening bell

Mario Tama/Getty Images Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go – click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's jump in. 1. Cathie Wood is buying the metaverse hype. Notch up superstar investor Wood as the latest big name to call out virtual worlds as an opportunity set to sky-rocket.In a CNBC interview, the Ark Invest boss agreed the metaverse will be a multitrillion-dollar market, echoing...
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Stocks dive at the close as first confirmed US Omicron case triggers sharp reversal

The New York Stock Exchange.Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Stocks turned sharply lower Wednesday after the US identified a case of Omicron in California.  The S&P 500 had been on course to recover from Tuesday's nearly 2% rout.  Stocks were up earlier in the day after a better-than-expected jobs report from ADP. US stocks retreated from earlier gains to finish sharply lower Wednesday, after US officials said the country now has its first case of a person with the Omicron coronavirus ...
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US stocks dive at the close as first confirmed US Omicron case triggers sharp reversal

The New York Stock Exchange.Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Stocks turned sharply lower Wednesday after the US identified a case of Omicron in California.  The S&P 500 had been on course to recover from Tuesday's nearly 2% rout.  Stocks were up earlier in the day after a better-than-expected jobs report from ADP. US stocks retreated from earlier gains to finish sharply lower Wednesday, after US officials said the country now has its first case of a person with the Omicron coronavirus ...
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US stocks rebound as investors navigate Omicron threat and hawkish Fed comments

Brendan McDermid/Reuters US stocks rose Wednesday after a rout in the previous session snatched about 2% from the S&P 500.  Stocks found support from ADP data showing US companies added 534,000 jobs to the economy in November.  Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is back on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.  US stocks pushed higher Wednesday as data showed growth in hiring by US companies last month, after a rout in the previous session swiped nearly 2% off the S&P 500 index. Wall Street's th...
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Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio warns investors against trying to time the market as Omicron rocks stocks

The 'king of hedge funds' Ray Dalio had a nightmarish 2020Kimberly White/Getty Images Hedge fund boss Ray Dalio warned against trying to time the market as Omicron causes volatility. He said it's important to be invested in a balanced portfolio and cautioned against holding cash. Dalio also said money printing doesn't raise living standards in the economy, but said productivity is key. Legendary investor Ray Dalio has warned people against trying to time the market as uncertai...
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Most Americans support CEOs speaking out on inequality, racism, and diversity, new survey shows

PayPal CEO Dan Schulman has become an outspoken advocate for leaders paying their workers fair wages.Evan Agostini/AP 63% of Americans believe CEOs "have a responsibility to take a stand" on societal issues. That's according to a recent poll conducted by the nonprofit research firm JUST Capital. The survey found Americans support CEOs speaking out on climate change and income inequality.  Since the summer of 2020, there's been debate in the business and political community over ...
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Legendary investor Ray Dalio is launching his biggest-ever China fund, report says

Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio.Thomas Peter/Reuters Bridgewater Associates has raised about $1.25 billion for its third investment fund in China, per the Wall Street Journal. The world's largest hedge fund is also among the largest foreign asset managers operating in China.  Longtime China bull Dalio maintains that the Chinese markets hold opportunity that Western observers will "probably continue to miss out on." Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates LP is set to launch its th...
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A day in the life of the cofounder of Grab, the ride-hailing giant that beat Uber in Southeast Asia and is eyeing a $40 billion IPO in the US

Anthony Tan started Grab in Malaysia in 2012. It now operates across Southeast Asia and is headquartered in Singapore.Edgar Su/REUTERS Anthony Tan is the cofounder of Grab, a ride-hailing company with 25 million monthly users. Grab is based in Singapore, and it now offers a variety of services beyond car rides. Tan, a father of four, starts his day a 6 a.m. and has an early, hour-long dinner with his family every night. Anthony Tan cofounded Grab as a ride-hailing company in 2012. Edgar Su...
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A day in the life of the cofounder of Grab, the ride-hailing giant that beat Uber in Southeast Asia and is eyeing a $40 billion listing in the US

Anthony Tan started Grab in Malaysia in 2012. It now operates across Southeast Asia and is headquartered in Singapore.Edgar Su/REUTERS Anthony Tan is the cofounder of Grab, a ride-hailing company with 25 million monthly users. Grab is based in Singapore, and it now offers a variety of services beyond car rides. Tan, a father of four, starts his day a 6 a.m. and has an early, hour-long dinner with his family every night. Anthony Tan cofounded Grab as a ride-hailing company in 2012. Edgar Su...
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10 things before the opening bell

Company earnings have consistently beaten Wall Street estimates in the second quarter. JOHANNES EISELE/Getty Images Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Plus, join us for an exclusive Insider webinar on November 17: The future of crypto and its path to mass adoption. Sign up here.Let's jump in. 1."Just say the word." Elon Musk is back on Twitt...
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Billionaire investor Ray Dalio says the US is 'on the wrong path' after inflation hits a 31-year high

Ray Dalio founded the hedge fund Bridgewater, Thomas Peter/Reuters Billionaire investor Ray Dalio has said the US is "on the wrong path" after inflation surged to a 31-year high. He also warned investors that strong inflation erodes their wealth, even if their portfolios are rising. Dalio said the US has to focus on raising productivity, if it wants to continue to grow and prosper. Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio has said the US is "on the wrong path" after inflation hit a 31-year...
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Democrats are set to unveil a new billionaire's tax and some of the wealthiest Americans are glad. Here are some of the ultrawealthy who want higher taxes.

'Shark Tank' star Mark Cuban Christopher Willard/ABC via Getty Images To pay for Biden's social spending agenda, Democrats are considering a new tax targeting billionaires. Billionaires including Mark Cuban, Marc Benioff, Ray Dalio, and George Soros have publicly called for higher taxes on the wealthy. A wealth tax would make ultrawealthy Americans pay the government a small percentage of their net worth each year. In 2020, Bill Gates' New Year's resolution was to get ...
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MEMX's move to Pyth - Griffin calls WFH 'grave mistake' - JPM bans travel for unvaxxed

Welcome to Insider Finance. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.On the agenda today:MEMX just pledged to put its market data on blockchain-based Pyth Network.Ken Griffin says WFH is hurting the US - and he wants Biden to do something about it.JPMorgan announced a ban on business travel for unvaccinated staff.Let's get started. MEMX pledged to put its market data on blockchain-based Pyth Netw...
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Motherhood on Wall Street - Pension funds invest in offices - Bloomberg courts quants

Welcome to Insider Finance. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.On the agenda today:Moms on Wall Street open up about balancing Pension funds have their fingers crossed that the office isn't dead.Citizens on the hunt for more deals in healthcare and infrastructure.Let's get started. We asked five moms working on Wall Street to share their experiences juggling work and parenthood throu...
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Chamath Palihapitiya reveals he's put hundreds of millions into bitcoin - and says cryptocurrencies are hard to kill

Chamath Palihapitiya. YouTube Chamath Palihapitiya has put hundreds of millions into bitcoin, he told CNBC on Wednesday. The billionaire said it's hard for regulators to kill crypto, calling it "the most profound iteration of the internet." He was reluctant to reiterate his previous bitcoin price prediction, saying it's hard to do so. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Chamath Palihapitiya has invested hundreds of millions into bitcoin, and be...
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Ray Dalio, Elon Musk and other big investors are divided over China. Here's what they have to say as the Evergrande crisis unfolds.

Ray Dalio remains positive about China. Hollis Johnson/Insider The world's biggest investors are divided over China, with the Evergrande crisis fuelling the debate. Ray Dalio and Elon Musk have said the country is a big opportunity for investors and entrepreneurs. But others such as Mohamed El-Erian have questioned whether it's an "investable" market. See more stories on Insider's business page. Whether to invest in China is the question haunting Wall Street right now.Some argu...
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Evergrande's debt crisis is 'manageable' and not a Lehman-level event, hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio says

Getty Images / Roy Rochlin The $305 billion debt crisis facing Evergrande is a "manageable" situation, Ray Dalio said. In Tuesday's interview, he said its crisis wasn't the same as the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. The Chinese property developer is likely to miss an interest payment on its debt this week. See more stories on Insider's business page. The $300 billion of debt that's pushing the Chinese property developer Evergrande toward a collapse is not equivalent t...
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Evergrande's debt crisis is 'manageable' and is not a Lehman-level event, says hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio

Getty Images / Roy Rochlin The $305 billion debt crisis facing Chinese property developer is a "manageable" situation, said Ray Dalio. In Tuesday's interview, he said Evergrande's crisis isn't same as the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Evergrande is likely to miss an interest payment on its debt this week. See more stories on Insider's business page. The $300 billion of debt that's pushing Chinese property developer Evergrande towards a potential collapse is not ...
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Bitcoin's claim to be digital gold loses its shine after the token plunges alongside stocks in the Evergrande sell-off

Bitcoin tumbled on Monday along with stocks. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic Bitcoin's claim to be digital gold was delivered a blow when it sold off alongside stocks on Monday. The world's biggest cryptocurrency tumbled over 8% as fears about Evergrande's debt shook markets. Data from Bloomberg shows that bitcoin's correlation with stocks has been rising of late. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bitcoin fans often say the world's biggest cryptocurrency is "digital g...
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10 things before the opening bell

Tesla Model Y/ Tesla Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's jump in.1. US stock futures are edging higher as some confidence returns over the economy. The debt problems at a major China property developer are rattling Asian markets, while M&A in Europe is boosting regional indices. Take a look at what's happening today here.2. Lucid ...
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Dalio says if Bitcoin gets too big regulators will kill it

Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of Bridgewater Associates, splashed cold water on Bitcoin Wednesday, and said if the cryptocurrency ever gets too big, regulators will “kill it.”
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Dow surges 236 points as investors overcome growth concerns to erase early losses

Traders work on the floor at the NYSE. Reuters The Dow soared more than 200 points on Wednesday, reclaiming a big portion of losses suffered during the previous session. The S&P 500 also finished higher, fronted by a climb in the energy sector as oil prices leapt. Industrial production in August returned to pre-pandemic levels, said the Federal Reserve. See more stories on Insider's business page. US stocks closed higher Wednesday, with strength from the energy sector and economic da...
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Billionaire Hedge Fund Managers Cohen, Dalio Tout Cryptocurrencies

By Svea Herbst-BaylissNEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investors Steven Cohen and Ray Dalio have joined the cryptocurrency craze by putting cash to...
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Bridgewater’s Dalio, Asked About His Future, Says 'Done in a Year or Two'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Ray Dalio, who founded the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, said at the SALT...
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Hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio says regulators will 'kill' bitcoin if it gets too successful

Ruben Sprich/Reuters If bitcoin is successful, the US government 'will try to kill it,' hedge fund heavyweight Ray Dalio said Wednesday on CNBC. Dalio has previously said the government doesn't want alternative currencies challenging the dominance of the US dollar. The SEC chief on Tuesday said the agency is working on rules to bolster oversight of the crypto market. See more stories on Insider's business page. Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, said on CNBC h...
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