Thursday, October 27, 2022

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Apple Pushes US Stocks Higher; Treasuries Drop: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Amazon Shares Plunge on Forecast for Sluggish Holiday Sales

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yen Weakens as BOJ Sticks With Ultra-Low Rates Policy Path

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Heads for Weekly Advance as Dollar Eases, US Exports Boom

[Reuters] Tech giants feel pain as cloud spending cuts suggest slowdown

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Growing Pile of Distressed Debt Signals Coming US Default Wave

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Investors Lose $106 Billion in Dismal Year for Credit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOJ Keeps Ultra-Low Rates as It Still Sees Inflation Cooling

[Reuters] BOJ keeps ultra-low interest rates, defies global tightening trend

[Reuters] Consumer inflation in Japan's capital hits 33-year high

[AP] Japan to OK $490B in stimulus to cushion impact of inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan’s Kishida Spends to Ease Inflation, Popularity Woes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Biden Questions Putin’s Nuclear Denials

[Reuters] Russia's anti-satellite threat tests laws of war in space

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Xi Leaves China Stocks in Tatters With Record Post-Congress Drop

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Growth Now Seen Below 5% Through 2024 on Covid Zero Risk

[Reuters] IMF cuts Asia's economic forecasts as China's slowdown bites

[Reuters] U.S. business sentiment in China hits record low as zero-COVID persists, survey shows

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] German Inflation Unexpectedly Soars, Heaping Pressure on ECB

[Reuters] Analysis: Cracks appear in Credit Suisse comeback plans

[Bloomberg] China Ramps Up Lockdowns, Covid Restrictions Across Country

[NYT] Chip Makers, Once in High Demand, Confront Sudden Challenges

[WSJ] Consumers Face High Inflation as Holiday Season Approaches

[WSJ] China Nods to Even Tighter Ties With Russia in Xi Jinping’s Third Term

[WSJ] Kyiv Faces Lengthier Blackouts as Russia Assaults Ukraine’s Electric Grid

[FT] ECB convinces markets it is about to turn more dovish

[FT] The great decoupling with China will reshape markets

[FT] Brazil’s high-stakes election goes down to the wire