Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: U.K. Adds Russian Billionaires to Sanctions List

[Reuters] Ukraine's Zelenskiy mocks Putin for saying war is going to plan

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed, Treasuries Steady as Earnings Start: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Extends Advance Above $100 With Focus on China Demand

[CNBC] Producer prices rose 11.2% from a year ago in March, the biggest gain on record

[CNBC] JPMorgan Chase reports $524 million hit from market dislocations caused by Russia sanctions

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed’s Best Path Is to Hike Rates to Neutral Rapidly, Barkin Says

[Reuters] China's imports unexpectedly fall as COVID curbs convulse trade outlook

[Reuters] Analysis: China's widening COVID curbs threaten global supply chain paralysis

[Reuters] Shanghai vows punishment for COVID lockdown violators as cases hit 25,000

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Junk USD Debt at Key Point, Sunac Falls Again: Evergrande Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Covid Outbreak Highlights Weak Lending as Borrowers Hold Back

[Reuters] Exclusive: China's oil champion prepares Western retreat over sanctions fear

[Reuters] Diversifying supply chains from China 'probably good for everyone' -World Bank chief

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Hesitates on Bailing Out Sri Lanka, Pakistan as Debt Soars

[Reuters] UK inflation hits 30-year high of 7%, adding to pressure on government

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] RBNZ Sounds Inflation Warning With Biggest Rate Hike in 22 Years

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Soaring Prices Reach Asia to Bring Global Inflation In Sync

[Newsweek] Siding With Russia, China Says NATO Should Stop 'Confrontational Approach'

[Reuters] Global renewable power prices soar on heavy demand, chaotic supply chain

[The Hill] Omicron subvariant now almost 90 percent of US COVID cases: CDC

[NYT] Inflation Hits Fastest Pace Since 1981, at 8.5% Through March

[WSJ] Inflation Report Keeps Fed On Track for Half-Point May Rate Increase

[FT] Shanghai lockdown stokes global supply chains anxiety

[FT] New Zealand raises rates by most in 22 years on surging inflation