Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Extend Biggest Gains Since 2020 on Earnings: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Jumps to New Seven-Year High After OPEC+ Agrees Output Hike

[CNBC] Companies unexpectedly cut 301,000 jobs in January as omicron slams jobs market, ADP says

[CNBC] Borrowers rush to get the last of the low mortgage rates, with refinances jumping 18%

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Won’t Be Rushed in Its Hiking Path by Wall Street Frenzy

[Reuters] U.S. trade official says China failed to meet 'Phase 1' commitments

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Traders Pull Forward ECB Liftoff Bets to July on Inflation

[Reuters] Record euro zone inflation piles pressure on ECB

[CNBC] Ukraine warns of ‘full-scale war’ and tragedy in Europe if Russia attacks

[Reuters] U.S. willing to discuss troop and missile limits with Russia - documents

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe Faces Harsh Reality of Finding Russian Gas Irreplaceable

[Reuters] Curling kicks off, but Putin-Xi the main event as politics envelop Beijing

[CNBC] Veteran strategist David Roche warns markets could be at a ‘turning point’ toward a bear market

[CNBC] ‘It’s going to be a year where we are shocked by the volatility,’ BofA’s Savita Subramanian warns

[PS] El-Erian: The Winter of Our Discomfort

[NYT] A Normal Supply Chain? It’s ‘Unlikely’ in 2022.

[NYT] Why Are Oil Prices So High and Will They Stay That Way?

[FT] Has the Fed ‘put’ been put to bed?

[FT] Inflation tracker: latest figures as countries grapple with rising prices

[FT] China pours money into Iraq as US retreats from Middle East