Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Steady as Traders Assess Inflation Outlook: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Yen recovers lost ground on BOJ rate check, hints on intervention

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yen Rallies as Japan Intervention Threat Hangs Heavy Over Market

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Swings as IEA Demand Cut Vies With US Restocking Plan

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Pushback Gets Louder as Fed Fears Ripple Across the Region

[AP] US wholesale inflation declines in August to still-high 8.7%

[CNBC] Mortgage demand from homebuyers falls 29% since last year, as interest rates surge past 6%

[Reuters] U.S. mortgage interest rates top 6% for first time since 2008

[AP] Driven by consumers, US inflation grows more persistent

[CNN] Food prices are still soaring — here's what's getting more expensive

[Reuters] EU seeks $140 billion to cope with energy crisis as utilities teeter

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Top Economist Signals Smaller Hikes After ‘Major’ Step Last Week

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Zelenskiy Visits Key City Retaken From Russians

[Reuters] Analysis: Why the dollar's wrecking-ball rally is not done yet

[Reuters] Analysis: China poised to shake up economic leadership as reformers bow out

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chinese Conglomerate Fosun Under Scrutiny as Bonds, Shares Slide

[Reuters] U.S. weighs China sanctions to deter Taiwan action, Taiwan presses EU

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Russia Gives China’s Yuan a Boost as Firms Cope With Sanctions

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Lure of Cheap China Hydropower Backfiring Due to Climate Change

[Reuters] IMF's Georgieva says China, other big creditors must work to prevent debt 'explosion'

[Bloomberg] BOJ Boosts Bond Buying Again as Yields Approach Its Policy Limit

[FT] Economists braced for Fed to pursue steep rate rises beyond September

[FT] Fed’s faster ‘quantitative tightening’ adds to strain on bond market