Thursday, December 8, 2022

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks on Shaky Ground After Mixed Economic Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil set for 10% weekly drop as demand worries dominate

[CNBC] Wholesale prices rose 0.3% in November, more than expected, despite hopes that inflation is cooling

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Year-Ahead Inflation Expectations Fall to Lowest Since 2021

[Reuters] U.S. consumer sentiment improves in December

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Russia May Cut Oil Output in Response to G-7 Price Cap, Putin Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Retail Traders Lose $350 Billion in Brutal Year for Taking Risks

[Reuters] U.S. equity funds register biggest weekly outflow in about 1-1/2 years

[Reuters] Global equity funds record biggest weekly outflows in three months

[Reuters] China's producer prices fall, consumer inflation slows on soft demand

[AP] China struggles with COVID infections after controls ease

[Reuters] China regulators, state banks split staff as fears mount about new COVID outbreaks-sources

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Readies Sanctions Against Russia, China Over Human Rights

[Reuters] Saudi Arabia gathers China's Xi with Arab leaders in 'new era' of ties

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Euro-Zone Banks Return Another €447.5 Billion in ECB Funding

[Reuters] Japan, Britain and Italy to build jet fighter together

[Reuters] Arid wheat fields and dead cows: a snapshot of Argentina's worst drought in decades

[Bloomberg] Fed Expected to Keep Peak Rates for Longer, Dashing Hopes for 2023 Cuts

[Bloomberg] End of Covid Zero Threatens to Overwhelm China With Infections

[NYT] Inside the Frantic Texts Exchanged by Crypto Executives as FTX Collapsed

[FT] China’s disappearing data stokes fears of hidden Covid wave

[FT] Why oil has dropped despite new constraints on Russian supply

[FT] Public’s view of Bank of England falls to all-time low as prices soar