Sam Bankman-Fried’s fraud trial is set to wrap up today, eurozone inflation fell to its lowest level for more than two years, and Odey Asset Management is to close after allegations of sexual assault and harassment against its founder. Plus, global political leaders and tech executives will gather in the UK next week to discuss risks of artificial intelligence.

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