Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Rout Abates as Treasury Yields Stabilize: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Selloff Upends Markets as Long-Term Borrowing Costs Surge

[Reuters] World's biggest bond markets hit by relentless selling

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil’s Slump Extends on Fragile Economic Outlook as OPEC+ Meets

[CNBC] Private payrolls rose 89,000 in September, much fewer than expected, ADP says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US 30-Year Mortgage Rate Tops 7.5% for First Time Since 2000

[CNBC] Something is breaking in financial markets — Here’s what’s behind the sell-off

[CNBC] Mortgage rate races toward 8% after hitting a high not seen since late 2000

[CNBC] Mortgage demand drops to the lowest level since 1996, as interest rates head toward 8%

[CNBC] More than 75,000 workers to strike at hundreds of Kaiser Permanente health facilities across U.S.

[Reuters] Developing countries facing a debt crunch

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging Market Bond Yields Are Sending a Worrying Signal

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Bond Slump Puts More Pressure on BOJ to Tweak Policy

[Reuters] Japan warns it will take 'appropriate' steps on excessive yen falls

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Keeps Yen Traders Guessing Over Whether It Intervened

[Reuters] Japan service activity growth slows down in September - PMI

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Meloni Can’t Stop Unnerving Italy’s Bond Investors

[WSJ] Bond Selloff Threatens Hopes for Economy’s Soft Landing

[WSJ] Why 8% Mortgage Rates Aren’t Crazy

[WSJ] Homeowners Flock to Last-Resort Insurance Policies

[FT] Treasury yields hit new high as bonds extend losses

[FT] Bank of Japan buys $12.7bn of bonds as yields hit highest in a decade