Thursday, September 28, 2023

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds Rebound After a Quarter of Losses: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Edges Higher to End Blistering Quarter on Front Foot

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Biggest Selloff in 25 Years Hits Japan Bonds as BOJ Loosens Grip

[Reuters] Hardline Republican holdouts push U.S. government closer to shutdown

[AP] McCarthy rejects Senate spending bill while scrambling for a House plan that averts a shutdown

[Reuters] US core inflation slows in August, consumer spending rises

[AP] Higher gas prices lift Fed’s preferred inflation gauge but underlying price pressures remain mild

[AP] Clock is ticking as United Autoworkers threaten to expand strikes against Detroit automakers Friday

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Megacap Slump Is Testing Apple’s Safe-Haven Status

[Reuters] Euro zone inflation falls to lowest in 2 years as economy slows

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Tokyo Inflation Slows, Offering Support for BOJ Price Outlook

[Reuters] Inflation in Japan's capital slows but pressures persist

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOJ Acts to Slow Rising Bond Yields With Unscheduled Buying

[Dow Jones] Japan's Economy Minister Warns of Risk From China's Real-Estate Troubles

[CNBC] China’s economic activity again weakened in September, China Beige Book survey shows

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Economy Improved Further in September, Satellite Data Show

[Reuters] Evergrande founder joins list of Chinese tycoons investigated, arrested

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia High-Grade Credit Has Its Worst Month in Almost a Year

[WSJ] Rising Gasoline Costs Pushed Up Consumer Spending, Inflation

[WSJ] China Blocks Executive at U.S. Firm Kroll From Leaving the Mainland

[WSJ] Dan Loeb’s Hot Hand Goes Cold

[FT] What the US shutdown means

[FT] Crimes’ probe into Evergrande founder adds to pressure over $300bn debt woes

[FT] Top financial regulator seeks global clampdown on hedge fund borrowing