Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Drop After Big Rally on Weak Factory Data: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chinese Stock Rally Cools as Investors See Bumpy Reopening

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Post-Powell Bond Rally Shows Crowded Trades Distorting Markets

[AP] An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending solid in October; weekly jobless claims fall

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Core PCE Prices Rise by Less Than Forecast; Spending Gains

[Reuters] Fed officials do not see any near change to balance sheet drawdown

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Official Behind Strict Covid Lockdowns Softens Stance

[Reuters] China set to loosen COVID curbs after week of historic protests

[AP] Chinese users play cat-and-mouse with censors amid protests

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Zelenskiy Says 6 Million Are Without Electricity

[CNBC] Russian warship deployment puts Ukraine on high alert; Belarus says army must prepare for ‘defense’

[Reuters] EU discussing Russian oil price cap at $60/barrel with bi-monthly review

[Reuters] Asia's factory activity shrinks as China lockdown impact widens

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Even BOJ Dove Noguchi Sees Signs of Japan Inflation Taking Hold

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK House Prices Fall More Sharply After Mortgage Costs Jump

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Housing Tumbles Down Under as Soaring Borrowing Costs Take Toll

[Bloomberg] Almost Every Single Major Asset Class Saw a November Reversal

[WSJ] Consumer Spending Jumped in October as Inflation Eased

[WSJ] With Debt Coming Due, Investment-Grade Companies Are Paying Up, Too

[FT] Big traders flock to US equity options with fleeting lifespans

[FT] Credit Suisse chair says outflows have reversed since ‘social media storm’

[FT] India’s plan to take on China as south Asia’s favourite lender