Monday, October 10, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Equities Slip; Bond Yields Pare Advance: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chipmaker Rout Engulfs TSMC, Samsung With $240 Billion Wiped Out

[Reuters] Dollar edges higher, yen slips toward level that prompted intervention

[Reuters] Oil falls on recession and China COVID fears

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yuan Traders Crank Up Bearish Bets on Chip, Covid Curbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Small-Business Optimism Improves for a Third Straight Month

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ‘Fire Sale’ Risk in Bonds Pushes BOE to Step Up Measures

[CNBC] Bank of England intervenes in bond markets again, warns of ‘material risk’ to UK financial stability

[Reuters] Fire-fighting Bank of England forced to buy inflation-linked bonds

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse May Face $8 Billion Capital Shortfall in 2024

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: G-7 to Discuss Russian Strikes on Civilian Sites

[Reuters] Kremlin: U.S. air defence supplies will extend conflict, inflict pain for Ukraine

[Reuters] China credit default swaps hit highest in more than five years: S&P

[Reuters] China steps up anti-COVID measures in megacities as infections mount

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Must Stick With Covid Zero Policy, People’s Daily Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hong Kong's Property Market Is Tumbling as Unsold Homes Pile Up

[Reuters] Analysis: Global bonds move in lockstep, ramping up investors' risk

[Reuters] Analysis: Russian gas supply gap casts chill in Europe as winter nears

[Reuters] Berlin sees no need for further EU debt to ease energy crisis

[Reuters] Japan's Kishida backs Bank of Japan's ultra-loose policy despite yen plunge - FT

[Reuters] Japan logs August's smallest-ever current account surplus as import prices surge

[Bloomberg] Foreign Funds Dumped Record Amount of Japan Bonds In September

[WSJ] U.K. Crisis Spills Into U.S. Junk Debt

[WSJ] PC Shipments Plunge Nearly 20%, Steepest Drop in More Than 20 Years

[FT] Bank of England widens government bond purchases as it warns of financial stability risk

[FT] US property sector braces for job cuts as rate rises crush home sales

[FT] China property crisis spoils Communist party’s moment of triumph

[FT] Existential nightmare on Threadneedle Street