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Summary:
Elsewhere on Monday,-- Xi’s global panopticon is already here. -- Has Imperial’s Neil Ferguson been vindicated?-- Why the Premier League couldn’t let Newcastle’s Saudi takeover happen.-- Why SPACs are the new IPOs.-- US equities have a place in global portfolios.-- The anti-vaxxers don’t matter. -- Inside the meteoric rise of Asia's answer to Gatorade.-- Why research analysts can’t value their own businesses.-- A sociologist who can save us from coronavirus. -- Netflix rankings tell us people are really bored right now.

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