Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Kyiv Pleads for Arms Amid Fresh Shelling in East

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Steady, Treasuries Dip on Policy Outlook: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Bond yields snap 4-day rising streak, offer respite to stocks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Oscillates With IEA Crude Reserve Release Plan in Focus

[CNBC] Fed’s James Bullard says interest rate policy is ‘behind the curve’ but ‘all is not lost’

[CNBC] Weekly jobless claims fell to 166,000 last week, the lowest level since 1968

[Axios] COVID cases rise again in half the states

[Reuters] Russia facing most difficult situation in three decades, PM says

[Reuters] UK drawing up plans to send armoured vehicles to Ukraine - The Times

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Cabinet Vows Monetary Stimulus, Saying Risks Worsening

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Fuels Expectations of Policy Rate Cut as Soon as Next Week

[Reuters] Shanghai vows to improve food deliveries as discontent grows over COVID curbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Containers Stack Up at China’s Ports as Lockdown Blocks Trucks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Shunned Oil Piling Up Off China as Virus Outbreak Worsens

[Reuters] China warns U.S. against House Speaker Pelosi visiting Taiwan

[Reuters] Surging prices nudge Asia's reluctant central bank hawks off the sidelines

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Weak Yen’s Mixed Blessing Turns More Toxic for Japan

[Yahoo/LAT] Coronavirus cases are rising again in L.A., San Diego and San Francisco

[Reuters] Heavy rains in Sydney flood downtown streets, trigger evacuations

[Bloomberg] ECB Officials Disagreed Over Response to Outbreak of Ukraine War

[WSJ] Quantitative Tightening Could Set Off a Lengthy Tantrum

[WSJ] As Mortgage Rates Rise, Home Sellers Fear Time Is Running Out to Cash In

[WSJ] Shanghai Residents Plead for Help Online as Daily Covid-19 Count Nears 20,000

[WSJ] As Property Downturn Drags On, Chinese Developers See an Uncertain Future

[FT] Can the Fed shrink its $9tn balance sheet without causing market mayhem?

[FT] Shanghai lockdown ‘will have a global effect on almost every trade’