Indicators of the Week: WeWork IPO, Bitcoin ETF, coal : Planet Money : The Indicator from Planet Money It's Indicators of the Week! The U.S. is using a lot more coal for electricity, the first Bitcoin ETF is finally here, and WeWork officially debuted on the New York Stock Exchange.

Indicators of the Week: IPOs, ETFs, GHGs

Indicators of the Week: IPOs, ETFs, GHGs

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An entry door to the WeWork office building is seen as the company debuts on the New York Stock Exchange on October 21, 2021 in Coral Gables, Florida.
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The U.S. is using 22% more coal this year than in 2020, bucking the long-term trend.

The first Bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund officially launched on Tuesday.

And WeWork also made its New York Stock Exchange debut this week after withdrawing its IPO in 2019 due to several scandals. The company is now valued at $9 billion instead of the estimated $47 billion two years ago.

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