Monday, May 2, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Putin orders retaliatory sanctions against West - Kremlin

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bonds Mixed as Rate Hikes Loom; Stocks Fluctuate: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Bond Yields Touch New Milestones With Rate Hikes Looming

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Retreats as China Lockdowns Counter Russian Output Risk

[Reuters] Russia looks to avoid default after bond payments sent to creditors

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Traders Face Up to Reality as Nasdaq 100 Profit Forecasts Drop

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] SEC Crypto Team Getting 20 More Officials in Bid to Crack Down

[Reuters] Some in Shanghai get out for a rare stroll; Beijing tightens COVID curbs

[Reuters] U.S. relieved as China appears to heed warnings on Russia

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Citi Says Trader Made Error Behind Flash Crash in Europe Stocks

[CNBC] Paul Tudor Jones says he can’t think of a worse financial environment for stocks or bonds right now

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Australia’s Hawkish Pivot Jolts Markets During Election Campaign

[Reuters] S.Korea inflation hits 13-yr high, fans rate hike expectations

[Reuters] Chinese carrier sails through waters near Okinawa, Japan says

[Reuters] Explainer: What you need to know about Finland's and Sweden's path to NATO membership

[Bloomberg] The Hot Housing Market Makes the Fed’s Inflation-Fighting Job Even Tougher

[Bloomberg] Beijing Goes to Extreme Lengths to Avoid Shanghai Covid Woes

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Debt Sales Plunge Amid Ukraine War, Rising Rates

[NYT] Get Ready for Another Energy Price Spike: High Electric Bills

[NYT] The Era of Cheap and Plenty May Be Ending

[WSJ] Fed’s Message on Interest-Rate Path, Destination Will Be Scrutinized

[WSJ] Stocks and Bonds Are Falling in Lockstep at Pace Unseen in Decades

[WSJ] Home Buyers Rushed In as Mortgage Rates Rose, Boosting Housing Prices Across U.S.

[WSJ] Global Chip Shortage’s Latest Worry: Too Few Chips for Chip-Making

[FT] How the Fed lost the plot

[FT] Fed reaches for its ‘hatchet’ to attack galloping inflation