Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fall as Traders Eye Supersized Fed Hike: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury Two-Year Yields Climb Relentlessly Toward 4% Before Fed

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Set to Reveal ‘Pain’ Coming in Next Stage of Inflation Fight

[Reuters] Analysis: Overstretched U.S. companies feel pinch of higher borrowing costs

[Reuters] German producer prices post surprise record jump in August

[Reuters] Sweden lifts interest rates by full percentage point with more to come

[Reuters] Japan's inflation hits near 8-year high, stays above BOJ's target

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Kuroda’s BOJ Set to Become World’s Last Negative Rate Holdout

[Reuters] China leaves lending benchmarks unchanged amid global rates squeeze 

[Reuters] COVID-hit Shanghai unveils $257 billion in projects in infrastructure push

[Reuters] Australia's central bank says hikes could slow at some point

[Reuters] In challenge to West, Russia unfurls plan to annex swathes of Ukraine

[Reuters] Analysis: Biden hints at risky policy shift on Taiwan independence

[AP] UN chief warns global leaders: The world is in ‘great peril’

[Bloomberg] China Mortgage Boycotts Grow as Home Buyers Regroup Online

[NYT] Wall Street Is on Edge as It Tries to Guess What the Fed Is Thinking

[WSJ] Rising Interest Rates Squeeze Stocks on Both Sides, Constraining Earnings, Multiples

[WSJ] Climbing Housing Costs Could Prop Up Inflation for a While

[WSJ] Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

[FT] Fed under pressure to back up hawkishness with rate projections

[FT] End of sub-zero: Europe ditches negative rates as inflation surges