Benzinga reviews this weekend’s top stories covered by leading media outlets. Here are the articles investors need to read.

El Salvador’s Lonely Bitcoin Experiment: “It’s Either the Biggest Failure or the Biggest Scam”‘ by Sabrina Escobar of Barron, examines how El Salvador has been affected a year after the passage of a law that enacted the country Bitcoin BTC/USD as legal tender.

At Barron’s”How will Meta stop crypto scams? 6 senators want to know‘ writes Angela Palumbo, six senators asked for it meta platforms META chairman Mark Zuckerberg to explain how the company fights cryptocurrency fraud.

Tech stock outlook darkens after Rocky Stretch,” by The Wall Street Journal’s Gunjan Banerji, looks at signs that the recent rally in tech stocks may be short-lived.

In the Wall Street Journal “Apple’s medication reminder is coming in iOS 16. Here’s how to use it‘ Julie Jargon explains how apple inc AAPL helps people remember to take their medication in its Health app update with iOS 16.

Biden is looking for a boost for US organic manufacturing to compete with China‘, by Riley Griffin, describes an executive order to be signed by the President Joe Biden to expand US biomanufacturing and reduce dependence on China.

In Bloomberg’s “Amazon sellers face a ‘scary’ holiday season as consumers pull back‘ writes Spencer Soper Amazon.com Inc AMZN Sellers brace for a difficult holiday shopping season as inflation dampens consumer spending.

Also read: Bulls and Bears of the Week: Apple, Roku, Starbucks and why Jim Cramer says stay away from Dogecoin

At the time of writing this article, the author had no position in the stocks mentioned.

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