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Sequoia was shocked at the amount of money Bankman-Fried needed to save FTX, according to the sources, while Apollo first asked for more information, only to later decline. The booklet flagged the risks of crypto trading, particularly how sudden sales of tokens could trigger a "domino effect" that would lead to a "cascading set of liquidity failures." Using profits from Alameda, Bankman-Fried launched FTX in 2019. From almost nothing in 2019, FTX handled about 10% of global crypto trading this year, a September document shows. At one point, he lived in a penthouse overlooking the Caribbean, valued at almost $40 million, according to two people who worked with FTX.
Einhorn told his investors in August that he had bought a stake in Twitter, and now said he believes the lawsuit in Delaware that could decide the fate of the deal "is going well for TWTR." Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterEarlier this month, Musk reversed course again and said he would proceed with the deal on original terms. A Delaware judge ordered a pause to Twitter's lawsuit against Musk, giving the billionaire until Oct. 28 to close the deal. "We expect that one way or another, the deal will close at or near the originally agreed upon price," Greenlight said, referring to the $54.20 price per share the deal was originally proposed. Greenlight's manager said the investment in Twitter is "inherently short-term," adding the hedge fund plans to exit its position upon resolution of the platform sale.
The BoE said it would temporarily buy long-dated bonds - linked most closely to workers' pensions and home loans - in light of a surge in 30-year UK bond yields above 5%, their highest since 2002. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterEuropean government bonds got a lift from the surge in gilts. "The surge in bond yields threatens the housing market and broader economy. Wall Street opened higher, with the S&P 500 Index (.SPX) up about 1% after it fell to a two year low on Tuesday. Scott Wren, Senior Global Market Strategist at Wells Fargo Investment Institute, said markets may already be pricing in future pain.
The BoE said it would temporarily buy long-dated bonds - linked most closely to workers' pensions and home loans - in light of a surge in 30-year UK bond yields above 5%, their highest since 2002. The pound briefly fell by as much as 1% after the BoE's announcement, while UK stocks cut losses, which in turn helped the broader European equity market avoid deeper falls. "The surge in bond yields threatens the housing market and broader economy. The IMF and the U.S. Treasury waded in yesterday in fear of global contagion from gilts to other markets," he said. European government bonds got a lift from the surge in the value of UK gilts.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., September 27, 2022. The Bank of England said late on Monday it would not hesitate to change interest rates and was monitoring markets "very closely." U.S. stocks mostly faltered after a morning bounce, with the S&P 500 hitting a two-year intraday low. The MSCI world equity index (.MIWD00000PUS) reversed early gains on Tuesday, falling about 0.3% to a near two-year low early Tuesday afternoon. MSCI's broadest index of Asia shares outside Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) hit a fresh two-year low and was flat on the day.
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