Sunday, October 30, 2022

Monday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fall Before Earnings, Central Bank Moves: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar, bond yields rise ahead of pivotal rate hikes

[Reuters] Brazilian Assets Slump as Traders Wait for Lula’s Cabinet Picks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Stocks Extend Post-Congress Rout Amid Lockdowns

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Builders Slide to Record Lows as a Top Chairwoman Resigns

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wheat Surges Even as Grain Ships Defy Russian Deal Exit

[Reuters] Oil falls on China COVID curbs and weak factory data

[Reuters] Japan spent record $42.8 bln in October interventions to prop up yen

[Reuters] Fed set to deliver another big rate hike, debate December downshift

[Reuters] Grain ships sail despite Moscow's pullout from deal; missiles rain on Ukraine

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Economy Weakens and Signs Point to More Strain Ahead

[Reuters] Chinese cities clamp down on COVID as cases rise before winter season

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Property Billionaire Wu Resigns as Longfor Chair During Sector Crisis

[Reuters] Foxconn COVID woes may hit up to 30% of iPhone Nov shipments from Zhengzhou plant - source

[Reuters] Euro zone inflation soars past forecasts to new record high

[Reuters] Lula wins Brazilian election, but Bolsonaro does not concede

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Chip Sales Record First Fall Since 2020 in Blow to Korea

[Reuters] U.S. and South Korean warplanes begin largest ever air drills

[Reuters] U.S. plans to deploy B-52 bombers to Australia's north -source

[Bloomberg] China Covid Cases Top 2,500, Jumping the Most in Over 80 Days

[FT] Veteran leftwinger Lula completes stunning return to Brazil presidency

[FT] Brazil’s deep divisions and strained finances pose immense challenges for Lula

[FT] El-Erian: Bank of Japan’s inevitable pivot looms as a risk for markets

[FT] Investors urge US Treasury to boost bond market liquidity with buyback scheme

[FT] German industrial workers fire warning shot with strikes over pay 

[FT] Indonesia considers Opec-style cartel for battery metals

[FT] The nuclear threats that hang over the world