Thursday, March 18, 2021

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks, Yields Fluctuate After Fed Ends Break: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. bond yields dip from 14-month highs, oil stabilises

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Stocks Slide on Rocky Alaska Talks With U.S.

[CNBC] The Fed will not extend a pandemic-crisis rule that had allowed banks to relax capital levels

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil’s Swift Rout Triggers the Biggest Weekly Loss Since October

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Short Bets Build in Treasuries Futures Causing Chaos for Bonds

[Reuters] U.S., Chinese diplomats clash in first high-level meeting of Biden administration

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Tense U.S.-China Talks Bring More Risk for Troubled Markets

[CNBC] Here are the highlights from the heated exchange between the U.S. and China in Alaska

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Dealers Shed More Than $80 Billion in Treasuries in Two Weeks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Jerome Powell’s Fed Wants the Bond Market to Hear Three Messages

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] House Flippers in the U.S. Are Awash in Cash After Record Year

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Brings End to Decade-Long Buying of the Nikkei 225

[Reuters] Highlights: Key tweaks to BOJ's yield curve control, stimulus programme

[Reuters] Taiwan says China bolstering ability to attack, blockade island

[Reuters] Kremlin, on possible new Cold War, says: we always hope for best but prepare for worst

[Reuters] Global equity funds achieve inflows for 11th week running: Lipper

[AP] Forecast for spring: Nasty drought worsens for much of US

[Reuters] Global warming could cut over 60 countries' credit ratings by 2030, study warns

[Bloomberg] Fiery Start to U.S.-China Talks Shows Acrimony Is Here to Stay

[Bloomberg] Record Defaults Hit Weak Chinese Firms as Liquidity Tightens

[Bloomberg] Authers: Wile E. Coyote Stocks Are Nearing the Cliff Edge

[NYT] ‘The Market Seems Crazy’: Start-Ups Wrestle With Flood of Offers

[WSJ] Federal Reserve to End Emergency Capital Relief for Big Banks

[FT] US and China in fiery exchanges at start of Alaska meeting

Thursday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Set to Track U.S. Stock Slump; Oil Tumbles: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Stock futures are little changed after Thursday’s sell-off

[Reuters] Wall Street ends sharply lower, hit by bond yields and COVID-19 worries

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields soar as Fed to let inflation run hot

[Reuters] Oil hits skids, drops 7% on worsening outlook for coronavirus in Europe

[AP] US, China spar in first face-to-face meeting under Biden

[CNBC] The bond market rebels as it adjusts to the Federal Reserve’s inflation policy

[Reuters] Analysis: Fed's Powell faces political test on bank capital relief issue

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasuries Fluster Dollar Bears as Yields Rise Toward 2%

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Risky Trading Targeted in Democrat Proposal for Financial Transaction Tax

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Dalio Says Inflation Heightens Risk of an Earlier Fed Rate Hike

[WSJ] U.S. Sets Tough Tone Ahead of High-Level Talks with China

[FT] US 10-year Treasury yield tops 1.7% as Fed forecasts reverberate

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Slump Amid Inflation Concern; Oil Tumbles: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. yields scale new heights, tech drop pressures Wall Street

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Deepens Slide on Dollar Gain, Concern Over Short-Term Demand

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Americans Signal They’ll Spend Stimulus on Travel, Not GameStop

[Reuters] Analysis: Fed move eases pressure on money funds, but more may be needed

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Drought Risk Intensifies Across U.S. as Flood Threat Recedes

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. looks to Canada for minerals to build electric vehicles - documents

[WSJ] How Deal Making Caught Up With Lex Greensill

[FT] Russia recalls ambassador to US amid deteriorating relations