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Welcome to the latest episode of The Compound & Friends, a new podcast from your favorite financial and investing commentators. This week, Michael Batnick, JC Parets, Dan Nathan, and Downtown Josh Brown discuss:
JC Charts
This is how stocks bottom
Retail bought the dip aggressively
Say goodbye to startup valuations
Corporate America pulls out of Russia
Index providers drop Russia too
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  1. CNN’s Nic Robertson speaks to Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash, a major contributor to the war effort against Russia, who is facing extradition to the US.

  2. Over 200 sailors have moved off the USS George Washington aircraft carrier after multiple deaths by suicide among the crew, including three in less than one week in April, according to the Navy. CNN’s Oren Liebermann reports.

  3. • Analysis: Finland is on the verge of asking to join NATO. That’s bad news for Putin

  4. A Colorado judge rejected a request by several allies of former President Donald Trump that she dismiss a defamation case they’re facing after hyping bogus 2020 election fraud claims.

  5. The official White House Twitter account tweeted Thursday about the sharp decline in the unemployment rate during President Joe Biden’s tenure — but the tweet began with a false claim about Covid-19 vaccinations.

  6. • This is what the ‘Russification’ of Ukraine’s education system looks like in occupied areas
    • Opinion: The invasion has utterly changed how I view NATO

  7. The Department of Education announced Wednesday that it will cancel $5.8 billion in student loan debt for 560,000 borrowers who attended the now-defunct network of for-profit schools known as Corinthian Colleges.

  8. • Analysis: GOP Senator Sasse says his party wants a ‘strongman daddy figure’
    • Grand jury indicts ex-Trump adviser Navarro
    • Opinion: January 6 hearings could be a real-life summer blockbuster

  9. One person is dead and at least 30 are injured after a vehicle drove into a crowd near a church in Berlin, Germany, authorities say.

  10. A rescue operation is underway at the Mars M&M factory in Pennsylvania after two people fell into a tank full of chocolate, officials said.

  11. Betsy DeVos, who served as former President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, is acknowledging publicly for the first time that she discussed the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment with other Cabinet members and then-Vice President Mike Pence following the January 6 US Capitol attack.

  12. A bipartisan group of senators has announced an agreement in principle for gun safety legislation. The announcement notably includes the support of 10 Republican senators, which would give the plan enough support to overcome the Senate filibuster. CNN’s Dana Bash speaks with Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) about how the group reached the proposal.

  13. Here’s President Joe Biden on Americans, from an interview Thursday with The Associated Press:

  14. In the spring of 2008, as gas prices were barreling towards record highs, presidential candidates John McCain and Hillary Clinton threw their weight behind a gas tax holiday.

  15. In one of his “Federalist” essays urging New Yorkers to support the newly drafted Constitution, Alexander Hamilton called the judiciary the “weakest” part of the government and wrote that it “will always be the least dangerous to the political rights of the Constitution; because it will be least in a capacity to annoy or injure them.”

  16. After more than a year on the surface of Mars, China’s Tianwen-1 probe has taken images covering the entire red planet, the country’s space agency announced Wednesday.

  17. • Georgia school district allows some employees — but not teachers — to carry weapons in schools

  18. Armand Duplantis broke his own pole vault world record as the World Championships concluded on Sunday, while Team USA wrapped up an historic medal haul.

  19. If you’ve heard a sonic boom recently, you probably remember it. The loud, explosion-like bang — caused by a plane flying faster than the speed of sound — can be startling, and even crack windows.

  20. People who often nap have a greater chance of developing high blood pressure and having a stroke, a large new study has found.

  21. The recovery wasn’t supposed to go like this. Wall Street and Main Street alike are suffering from whiplash when it comes to the current state of the US economy.

  22. US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s possible visit to Taiwan has resulted in stern warnings from Beijing and mounting concerns in Washington.

  23. California is on fire right now. Even if you read this at some point in the future, it is getting increasingly likely that the previous sentence will still be true.

  24. Given the chance to support abortion rights, even in a reliably Republican state in the middle of the country, voters will support abortion rights.

  25. The US government has a formal system of protecting information that, if disclosed, could hurt national security.

  26. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) faces a fierce primary challenge from Harriet Hageman, who is embracing former President Trump’s lie about the 2020 election. CNN’s Jeff Zeleny reports.

  27. Behind glass-fronted cabinets in a University of Pennsylvania classroom, the skulls of Black Philadelphians whose remains were either graverobbed or unethically obtained were on display until 2020.

  28. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has told citizens they need to leave eastern Ukraine, because they can’t be supported through winter. Yet some residents are not leaving even in places where the shelling is heaviest. CNN’s Nic Robertson has more.

  29. There are more than 420 sites in the US National Park System, but only 63 carry the headliner — capital N, capital P — “National Park” title.

  30. A tour company is urging travelers to visit Ukraine’s bomb-ravaged cities — against international advisories. North Korea has been destroying sites at the Mount Kumgang resort area, once a symbol of reconciliation between North and South Korea. And Emirates CEO Tim Clark tells CNN he wants Airbus to build a new superjumbo to replace the A380.

  31. Whether you are afraid of being ripped off or just feel out of your depth in conversations with auto mechanics, taking your car in for maintenance can be stressful.

  32. With the summer well and truly upon us and most of the Windsor clan taking a brief break, we thought we’d use the opportunity to take a look at royal titles.

  33. Have you ever stepped into an Abercrombie, Victoria’s Secret, Vitamin Shoppe or another store and wondered: “What’s that smell?”

  34. An unknown, highly toxic substance in the Oder river, which runs through Poland and Germany, appears to be the cause of a mass die-off of fish, the German state of Brandenburg’s environment ministry said.

  35. A new deep-sea crustacean that bears a striking resemblance to the facehuggers from “Alien” has been identified off the Gulf of Mexico.

  36. CNN’s Michael Smerconish responds to Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters’ statement at a recent concert, where he told the crowd his interview with the CNN host was edited to make him “look like a prick.”

  37. Mortgage rates ticked lower last week, falling back toward the 5% mark following economic reports that indicated inflation might have finally peaked.

  38. The James Webb Space Telescope is using infrared light to reveal otherwise invisible aspects of the universe — and capturing stunning imagery in the process.

  39. While nowadays you might have some chicken soup to fight a cold, a new project unearthing manuscripts up to 1,000 years old reveals the bizarre medical remedies recommended by those in the medieval era.

  40. A county NAACP chapter in northern Alabama is calling for the resignation of a school board member and local Republican Party chairman, who says his sharing on social media of a GOP elephant logo that included KKK imagery was unintended.

  41. • Paying for water they can’t use, one Jackson resident says it feels like a ‘third world country’
    • As Danielle weakens, another named storm forms in the Atlantic

  42. • New Mexico governor directs $10 million for new abortion clinic near Texas border
    • See where abortion access is banned

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