Who is attending Cop26?UK and Italy co-hosting crucial global climate summit in Glasgow As Bitcoin goes mainstream, Wall Street looks to cash inNEW YORK (AP) — Love cryptocurrencies or hate the very idea of them, they’re becoming more mainstream by the day. Cryptocurrencies have surged so much that their total value has reached nearly $2.5 trillion, rivaling the size of G7 economies like Can Morgan Stanley to ban unvaccinated people from New York officeThe system will rely on self-attesting. Jamie Dimon's Hong Kong trip cuts both waysJamie Dimon has long been bullish on China. Now JPMorgan’s chief executive has become the first Wall Street boss to visit the region since the pandemic began. It helps that he was granted an exemption from the usually mandatory three weeks in hotel qua More states moving forward with plans to provide boosters to all adultsMore states are moving forward with plans to provide COVID-19 booster shots to all adults, with hopes that supplementing people’s protection against the virus will help bring an end to the pandemic. Debt ceiling: Is the US about to overshoot its debt limit?There's a showdown in Washington over raising the limit on the amount the US government can borrow. Wall Streeters outpace Europeans back to officeAmerican banks could steal another march on their European rivals. JPMorgan (JPM.N) Chief Executive Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs’ (GS.N) David Solomon want staff back at their New York and City of London desks at least some of the time this summer. Bar Ally Bank nixes overdraft fees entirelyIt's one of many fees associated with banking — shouldered most often by those who can least afford it. US banks accused of failing the public during CovidBank bosses were grilled by US lawmakers over worker pay and overdraft fees during the pandemic. Tracking the Epstein Scandal’s FalloutResignations and reshuffles tied to the scandal continue.