Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Steady Ahead of Fed Meeting; Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar falls as Fed decision looms, yen and real gain

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Traders Gripped by Frenzied Reopening Talk as Stocks Soar

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Pares Gain in Rangebound Trading Ahead of Fed Decision

[CNBC] Private payrolls rose 239,000 in October, better than expected, while wages increased 7.7%, ADP says

[CNBC] Mortgage demand falls slightly even as rates slip from recent highs

[Reuters] Fed set for another big rate hike, may tamp down future tightening

[AP] Powell likely to be pressed on whether Fed will slow hikes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Options Traders Had the Fed Pegged. Then the S&P 500 Took Off

[Reuters] China vows commitment to growth as pressure on economy mounts

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Covid Curbs, Droughts Hit Tourism, and Factory Hubs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Regulator Says It’s Concerned About Property Sector

[Reuters] China imposes fresh lockdown around major Apple iPhone plant

[Reuters] Auditor exodus at embattled China property firms triggers governance concerns

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Russia Agrees to Resume Ukraine Export Deal

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Korea Credit Crisis Spreads as Bond Uncalled in First Since 2009

[Reuters] Euro zone factory downturn deepened in Oct as demand slumped

[Reuters] Moody's cuts outlook for European banks, including Germany's, on credit woes

[Reuters] Bank of Canada not ruling out another oversized hike to fight inflation

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda flags tweak to ultra-low interest rates as future option

[Reuters] South Korea fires air-to-ground missiles in response to North Korea launches

[Reuters] North Korea missile lands off South Korean coast for first time; South responds with own launches

[Reuters] China will support Pakistan in stabilising its financial situation - Xi

[WSJ] Bank of Canada Gov. Macklem Defends Dial Back in Rate Rises

[WSJ] To Solve Inflation, First Solve Deficits, This Theory Advises

[FT] Extreme market events put regulators to the test