MEMX's move to Pyth - Griffin calls WFH 'grave mistake' - JPM bans travel for unvaxxed
On the agenda today:
- MEMX just pledged to put its market data on blockchain-based Pyth Network.
- Ken Griffin says WFH is hurting the US - and he wants Biden to do something about it.
- JPMorgan announced a ban on business travel for unvaccinated staff.
Let's get started.
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