Saturday, October 1, 2022

Saturday's News Links

[CNBC] ‘The Fed is breaking things’ – Here’s what has Wall Street on edge as risks rise around the world

[Reuters] Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors expect no peace in U.S. stocks until bond gyrations subside

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Officials Begin to Split on the Need for Speed to Peak Rates

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ‘Fear Is Contagious’ as UK Crisis Boils Over Into Other Markets

[AP] UK train strikes and energy hikes add to a week of turmoil

[Reuters] Florida, Carolinas count the cost of Hurricane Ian

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hurricane Ian Hit Florida at Key Time for Vegetable, Fruit Planting

[Reuters] Ukraine forces enter Lyman, Kyiv says Russian troops surrounded

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Gazprom Cuts Off Italy; Kyiv Troops Enter Lyman

[Reuters] Russian patrol detains head of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

[Axios] U.S. grapples with risk of nuclear war over Ukraine

[Reuters] Nord Stream rupture may mark biggest single methane release ever recorded, U.N. says

[Reuters] China's September new home prices fall for third straight month, private survey shows

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] OPEC+ to Hold In-Person Oil Meeting Next Week in Vienna

[CNN] Bolsonaro or Lula? As Brazil prepares to vote, here's what to know

[Bloomberg] London Gold Dealer Runs Out of Bullion as Truss Budget Shocks

[NYT] ‘You Can Feel the Fear’: U.K. Borrowers Face Up to a Broken Mortgage Market

[WSJ] Britain’s Financial Disaster Is a Warning to the World

[WSJ] Flood Insurance Fell in Florida Before Hurricane Ian Struck