Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Equities Rise, Yields Steady After CPI: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] World shares, dollar hit pause ahead of U.S. inflation data

[CNBC] U.S. consumer price index rose 5% year-over-year, vs. 4.7% estimate

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gain in U.S. CPI Exceeds Forecasts, Fuels Inflation Concern

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Decline for a Sixth Consecutive Week

[AP] Another jump in prices tightens the squeeze on US consumers

[Reuters] ECB maintains copious stimulus even as recovery takes hold

[Reuters] China bank loans unexpectedly rise in May, but broader credit growth slows

[Dow Jones] China's Yuan Loan Issuance Rose Above Expectations in May

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Housing Boom Fuels Bets That Fed Will Taper Mortgage Bonds First

[Reuters] Analysis: As Fed taper looms, global central banks eye their own exits from stimulus

[Reuters] Bank regulators plot toughest capital rule for bitcoin

[CNBC] Homeowners got $2 trillion richer during the first three months of the year

[Reuters] Hoover Dam reservoir hits record low, in sign of extreme western U.S. drought

[Reuters] Japan's wholesale prices rise at fastest pace in 13 years on commodities surge

[Reuters] Young voter anger over housing, jobs threatens Moon’s legacy in South Korea

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] World Food Import Bill Set to Reach Record Amid Soaring Costs

[Bloomberg] ECB to Plot Next Phase of Pandemic Bond Buying

[WSJ] Pentagon to Speed Up Efforts to Counter China

[FT] Joe Biden rallies allies to take tougher stance on China

[FT] ECB sticks to bond-buying plan despite improving eurozone economy