Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Pare Gains; Gilts Fall on Policy Confusion: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks hover near recent lows, sterling recovers after BoE warning

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK 30-Year Yield Tops 5%, Pound Jumps as Confusion Grips Market

[Reuters] UK borrowing costs rise again as BoE sticks to bond plan deadline

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bailey’s Warning Sends Shivers Through Fragile Global Bond Markets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yen Weakens Past Level That Triggered Last Japan Intervention

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Shares Drop on US Tax Probe Over Accounts

[Reuters] British pension funds press BoE to extend bond buys amid cash scramble

[Reuters] UK government: no spending cuts, no reverse on tax cuts

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bailey Puts BOE Credibility on Line With Vow to End Gilt Buying

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOE Warns Households Face Strain Similar to Pre-2008 Crisis

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Trading Drought Worsens in Japan’s Broken Bond Market

[CNBC] Wholesale prices rose 0.4% in September, more than expected as inflation persists

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bullard Becomes Wall Street’s Go-To Guy for Hint of a Fed Pivot

[Reuters] U.S. mortgage interest rates rise to highest level since 2006

[CNBC] Demand for riskier home loans is high as interest rates soar

[Reuters] West meets to pledge more arms for Ukraine as Washington hails gains

[Reuters] Ukraine gets new air defenses, allies deepen resolve after Russian strikes

[Reuters] U.S. scrambles to prevent export curbs on China chips from disrupting supply chain

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ‘Hurricane’ of Risks Threatens Emerging Nations, G-20 Chief Says

[Reuters] Druzhba pipeline leak reduces Russian oil flows to Germany

[Reuters] South Korea delivers another big hike as Fed rates sink local currency

[Reuters] Factbox: Ticking bomb: The risks the IMF sees to financial stability

[WSJ] U.S. Suppliers Halt Operations at Top Chinese Memory Chip Maker

[WSJ] Japan Bond Market Sets Record for Nothing Happening

[FT] Bank of England signals to lenders it is prepared to prolong bond purchases

[FT] IMF urges governments to rein in spending or risk investors’ mistrust

[FT] The world is starting to hate the Fed