Richard Clarida blames ‘inadvertent errors’ for failing to report stock sales at pandemic start

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Outgoing Federal Reserve vice-chair has blamed “inadvertent errors” for failing to disclose the full extent of his trading activity at the start of the pandemic, the FT’s Katie Martin looks back on the first week of trading in 2022, and our Moscow and Central Asia reporter, Nastassia Astrasheuskaya, unpacks the protests in Kazakhstan and Russia’s interest in helping its neighbour maintain stability.

Fed trading scandal rekindled by disclosure from top official

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Kazakh protests are a warning for other ex-Soviet autocrats

https://www.ft.com/content/560b1b28-c180-40ec-b19a-ece58f214259

US tech shares swing as investors assess Fed minutes and mixed data

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Twitter Spaces: After the Capitol Riot, what role will civil unrest play

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