Sunday, November 27, 2022

Monday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Equities Drop on Protests in China, Oil Slumps: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar drops, yuan slumps on COVID unrest in China

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Turmoil Grips China Markets as Covid Protests Cloud Reopening

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Plunges to Lowest Since 2021 as China Unrest Rattles Market

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Unrest Hits Global Markets as Protests Hurt Growth Outlook

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Taiwan Stocks Sink After Ruling Party’s Local Elections Defeat

[Reuters] Crypto lender BlockFi files for bankruptcy protection

[Reuters] China tightens security after rare protests against COVID curbs

[AP] China eases COVID rules after protests, keeps wider strategy

[Reuters] China COVID cases hit fresh record high after weekend of protests

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Economy Braces for Further Slump as Covid, Protests Spread

[AP] China’s Xi faces threat from public anger over ‘zero COVID’

[Reuters] Breakingviews: Protests leave China facing a terrible trilemma

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Knot Says ‘Protracted Period’ Needed to Tame Inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Shares Are Having Their Worst Run in 11 Years

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Italy Has a $127 Billion Debt Problem It Can’t Easily Resolve

[Reuters] Credit default ratio in Brazil hits highest in almost 4 years

[Bloomberg] Goldman Says China May End Covid Zero Earlier Than Expected

[Reuters] China poses increasing threat in military space race, top U.S. general says

[Bloomberg] Live: China Protests Spread to Multiple Cities as Anger Builds Against Covid Zero

[Bloomberg] Xi Has Few Good Options to End Historic China Covid Protests

[Bloomberg] This Is What It Was Like Inside Shanghai’s Extraordinary Protests

[Bloomberg] Korean House Prices Drop by Most Since 2013 as Credit Woes Mount

[FT] China’s zero-Covid protests create a rare nationwide coalition of interests

[FT] Xi Jinping’s pandemic triumphalism returns to haunt him

[FT] Seven days that could unravel the global oil market

[FT] Nervous auditors turn up the heat on crypto clients