Thursday, October 12, 2023

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury Two-Year Yield Tops 5% After CPI Report: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Erases Drop as Markets Rise and Israel War Risks Linger

[CNBC] Consumer prices rose 0.4% in September, more than expected

[Reuters] Surprise UAW strike at Ford raises stakes for Detroit Three

[AP] Social Security benefits will increase by 3.2% in 2024 as inflation moderates

[Reuters] Israel says no exceptions to Gaza siege unless hostages freed

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Israel Latest: Hamas Leaders Targeted as Ground War Looms

[Reuters] Israel Latest: Blinken Has Carefully Worded Warning For Israel

[Reuters] Iran president, Saudi crown prince speak for first time since ties restored

[Reuters] US House in limbo as Republican Scalise appears short of votes for speaker

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Traders Are Starting to Bail on Winning Yield-Curve Bets

[Reuters] China bans new offshore brokerage accounts in capital control move

[Reuters] Births in China slide 10% to hit their lowest on record

[Reuters] Japan central banker sees no pressing need to alter yield control policy

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Producer Inflation Slides Below Latest CPI Gauge

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Corporate Giants Are the New Hedge Funds of the Global FX Market

[Politico] China’s soft message on Hamas is part of a much bigger strategy

[Reuters] North Korea's Kim shares letters with Russia's Putin, wishes victory over 'imperialists'

[WSJ] The Federal Deficit Is Even Bigger Than It Looks

[WSJ] U.S. Looks at Risks of Deeper Involvement With Israel’s War on Hamas

[WSJ] Iran Knew Hamas Was Planning Attacks, but Not Timing or Scale, U.S. Says

[WSJ] At Israel-Lebanon Border, Fears Grow of a Second Front

[WSJ] How Banks’ Deposit Pressures Could Get Worse, in Three Charts

[WSJ] Fed Minutes Show Officials Divided on Future Rate Rise

[FT] US urges restraint on Israel amid fears of regional war

[FT] ‘Prison break’: Hamas war stirs Arab world’s antipathy to Israel

[FT] Employment soars to record high across advanced economies

[FT] China bars brokers from opening offshore trading accounts