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Situational awareness:

  • A judge ruled Qualcomm "strangled" competition and used its dominant position to demand excessive licensing fees, violating the law. (WSJ)
  • The U.S. is considering adding Hikvision and several other Chinese tech companies to a blacklist that bars them from U.S. components or software. (Bloomberg)
  • Judy Shelton, a former economic adviser to President Trump and a potential Fed nominee, said she would like to see the market play a bigger role determining U.S. interest rates. (WSJ)
  • The threat of nuclear war is at its highest since World War II, a senior UN security expert said on Tuesday. (Reuters)