Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] US Stocks Rise on Hopes for a Post-Midterms Rally: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Cryptocurrencies slide as concerns over FTX exchange rattle markets

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as China demand, recession concerns outweigh supply woes

[CNBC] Here are the top Senate races to watch in the 2022 midterms

[Reuters] Factbox: Market implications from Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections

[AP] Election 2022: Turbulent campaign season comes to a close

[Reuters] U.S. small business sentiment falls in October -NFIB

[Reuters] Analysis: Nagging U.S. Treasury liquidity problems raise Fed balance sheet predicament

[CNBC] Auto loan delinquencies rise as loan-accommodation programs end

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Banks’ Bet on Subprime Consumers Sends Credit-Card Balances to a Record

[Reuters] Guangzhou's COVID outbreak deepens as more lockdowns loom in China

[Reuters] China’s foreign customers leave at worst time

[Reuters] China's super-rich see fortunes plunge as economy slows

[Reuters] China to expand bond financing by private firms, including developers

[Reuters] Japan foreign reserves fall for third month after intervention

[Reuters] British grocery inflation hit record 14.7% in October -Kantar

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] OPEC+ Cuts That Steadied Market Now Bring Risk of $100 Crude

[Reuters] China, Russia to drive 10% default pain for 'junk-rated' EM firms - JPMorgan

[Bloomberg] Fed Will Stick to the Task of Curbing Inflation, Barkin Says

[Bloomberg] Japan Likely Sold Treasuries to Show FX Firepower, Analysts Say

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Energy Crunch Will Trigger Years of Shortages and Blackouts

[Bloomberg] China Expands Financing Tool That Can Support Ailing Developers

[WSJ] Japan’s Waning Appetite for Treasurys Fuels Anxiety on Wall Street

[WSJ] With Power Secure at Home, China’s Xi Jinping Looks to Project Strength Abroad

[FT] ECB must raise rates beyond point of restricting growth, say officials

[FT] Germany set to block Chinese chip deal

[FT] Pension funds after the gilts crisis: the big asset allocation rethink