Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Dollar Climbs; UK Bonds Jump on BOE Purchase Plan: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOE Steps Back Into Bond Market to Restore Stability

[Reuters] Sterling slides after BOE jumps into gilt market, dollar marches on

[Reuters] Stocks pull off 2020 lows, Bank of England steps in to calm UK bond market

[Reuters] Euro zone yields at multi-year highs, German real yield briefly positive

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury 10-Year Yield Pares Advance After Rising to 2008 High

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yuan at 2008 Low Fuels Speculation Monetary Easing to Slow

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Tumbles as Dollar Hits Record in Fresh Blow to Commodities

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hurricane Ian Nears Category 5 Strength on Track to Florida

[CNBC] Mortgage refinancing drops to a 22-year low as interest rates surge even higher

[Reuters] Yellen says 'monitoring' UK developments after pound plummets - FT

[Reuters] NATO, EU cite dangers to vital infrastructure after pipeline 'sabotage'

[Reuters] Moody's warns UK unfunded tax cuts are 'credit negative'

[Reuters] Fed's Daly: do not want to tip economy into downturn

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Warns Yuan Speculators They Will Lose Money in Long Term

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Plunging Markets Spur New Intervention Warnings Across Asia

[Reuters] Millions in Florida urged to evacuate as Hurricane Ian nears

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] NFT Trading Volumes Collapse 97% From January Peak

[Reuters] U.S. VP Harris to push against China's Taiwan policy in Japan speech

[Bloomberg] BOE Actions Prompted by Concern That Cash Calls Today Would Trigger Gilt Crash

[Bloomberg] Gilbert: Gilt Market Carnage Prompts Risky Bank of England U-Turn

[WSJ] China’s Offshore Currency Hits Record Low Against Dollar

[FT] Bank of England warns of risk to UK financial stability as it intervenes in gilt market

[FT] ‘Volatility vortex’ slams into $24tn US government bond market

[FT] El-Erian: UK damage just starting if market disorder is allowed to persist

[FT] ECB officials back another big rate rise in effort to tame inflation

[FT] Renminbi falls to lowest level since 2008 as dollar strengthens