Sunday, October 9, 2022

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks ease as Ukraine attacks and rate outlook spark flight to havens

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Semiconductor Stocks Join Global Rout as Biden Expands Curbs

[Reuters] Chinese tech shares tumble after U.S. publishes new export rules

[Reuters] Oil falls as China demand concerns fuel recession fears

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wheat Soars as Kyiv Blasts Boost Risks to Ukraine Grain Exports

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Extends Rally as Bidders Line Up for Key Unit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] The Most Powerful Buyers in Treasuries Are All Bailing at Once

[Reuters] BoE doubles size of bond buy-backs as emergency plan nears expiry

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK Treasury and BOE Step Up Action to Reassure Rattled Markets

[Reuters] Kyiv, other Ukraine cities hit as Putin orders revenge for Crimea bridge

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Putin Threatens More Strikes, G-7 Talks Due

[Reuters] Putin accuses Ukraine of Crimea bridge blast, calls it terrorism

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Powell Set to Rebuff Pressure on Fed as Finance Chiefs Gather

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Tech Earnings Matter More Than Ever as the Bubble Deflates

[AP] ‘Nothing’s left’: Hurricane Ian leaves emotional toll behind

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Kwarteng’s Mini Budget Prompted a Multi-Million Pound Selloff From Property Funds

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ‘No Possibility of Reconciliation’ as US Slams China Chips

[Reuters] China urges U.S. to stop hurting its chip sector - commerce ministry

[Reuters] China's services activity falls for first time since May

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Turns to Controversial Loan Tool for Policy Bank Funding

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China SCE, Shimao Units Miss $225 Million in Trust Payments

[Reuters] Analysis: How China's Xi accumulated power, and why it matters in a third term

[Reuters] Taiwan says war with China 'absolutely' not an option, but bolstering defences

[Bloomberg] Here’s How Weird Things Are Getting in the Housing Market

[Bloomberg] Dudley: The Federal Reserve Owes the World a Mea Culpa

[Bloomberg] Lockdown Worries Return to Shanghai as China Covid Tally Climbs

[WSJ] Price Increases Come Easily for Big Businesses, but Inflation Still Squeezes Profits

[WSJ] World’s Emergency-Lending Capacity Is Getting Stretched as Crises Deepen

[FT] Are central banks going bankrupt?