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Good morning. A new episode of FTX probe, Biden said he would talk with Putin and a key meeting that will set the course for China reopening. Here’s what people are talking about. 
US authorities are asking crypto investors and trading firms that worked closely with FTX to hand over information on the company and its key figures, including founder Sam Bankman-Fried and the former head of his Alameda Research investment arm, Caroline Ellison. Recipients of requests sent by the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York include firms that frequently traded on FTX and may have had conversations with platform executives or hold other information that might help the criminal investigation. The moves show authorities are casting a wide net as they embark on their investigations into FTX’s collapse.


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