Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Stocks Fall After Mixed Verdict on Midterms: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Cryptocurrencies fall after FTX-Binance turmoil spooks investors

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Declines on Weak China Demand Outlook, Higher Stockpiles

[Reuters] Chinese property stocks soar on fresh regulatory support

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Developers Soar as State Help Fuels Bets on Market Bottom

[Reuters] Race for U.S. Congress is tight, no Republican 'red wave'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Republicans Eye Narrow Margin in House as Democrats Flip a Senate Seat

[Reuters] Investors face unclear outcome in midterms, with questions over spending, regulation

[Reuters] Midterm Election Results Live

[Reuters] Meta slashes workforce by 11,000 as it sinks more money into the metaverse

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Mortgage Rates Rise to 7.14%, Near Highest Level Since 2001

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Expands Financing Tool to Support Ailing Developers

[Reuters] China reports 8,335 new COVID cases for Nov 8 vs 7,691 a day earlier

[CNN] China’s manufacturing hub Guangzhou partially locked down as Covid outbreak widens

[Reuters] China's Guangzhou brings back mass testing to fight city's worst COVID outbreak

[Reuters] Investors prepare for government gridlock as Republicans seen gaining in U.S. midterms

[Reuters] China's factory gate prices drop for first time since Dec 2020 as COVID curbs take toll

[Reuters] Ukraine promises not to give up 'a single centimetre' to Russia in east

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Kyiv Upbeat on Aid, Russia Eases Nuclear Fears

[Reuters] Putin ally meets Iran leader as Moscow deepens Tehran ties

[AP] Inflation strikes disrupt trains, flights in Greece, Belgium

[NYT] Crypto World Is Rocked as World’s Largest Exchange Rescues Rival

[NYT] China’s Great ‘Zero-Covid’ Guessing Game

[FT] China factory gate prices contract for first time since 2020

[FT] ‘There was no hope’: the Chinese factories struggling to survive

[FT] Contagion fears sweep crypto sector after FTX liquidity crisis

[FT] Putin’s nuclear threats may hint at an electromagnetic pulse strike