Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] No surrender in Mariupol as Russian deadline expires

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Russia pours in more troops and presses attack in the east

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Mariupol Defenders Appeal for Help and Fear for Last Stand: Latest

[Reuters] New surrender deadline in Mariupol as West promises Ukraine more arms

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise as Treasury Rally Gives Comfort: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Recovers as Traders Weigh Russian Crude Output, Stockpiles

[CNBC] The price of a home sold in March set a new record, as inventory dwindled and sales fell

[Reuters] U.S. mortgage interest rates reach a 12 year high, demand falters

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed’s Aggressive Rate Hike Plans Jolt Policy in China and Japan

[Reuters] China unexpectedly keeps lending benchmark unchanged

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chinese Banks Hold Lending Rates as Yuan Weakness Looms

[AP] Shanghai allows 4 million out of homes as virus rules ease

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Two Sunac Bondholders Yet To Get Interest: Evergrande Update

[Reuters] China's fiscal revenue growth slows in March

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOJ Further Boosts Bond Buying as Yields Advance to Policy Limit

[AP] Macron, Le Pen square off for decisive debate as vote looms

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Le Pen Upset Would Be as Big a Shock to Markets as Brexit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] IMF Says LME Needs Stronger Governance After Nickel Fiasco

[Bloomberg] IMF Says China’s Outflows Show Deepening Divergence With U.S.

[NYT] Global Economic Forecasts Drop as Russia’s War in Ukraine Takes Toll

[WSJ] Two Fed Officials Doubt Need for Super Aggressive Front Loading for Rate Increases

[WSJ] Rising Rates Threaten Companies Acquired in LBO Boom

[FT] German producer prices surge at fastest rate since records began

[FT] Scientists urge China to replace its faltering Covid vaccines

[FT] Baby bust: Can policymakers boost dwindling world fertility rates?