Sunday, September 5, 2021

Monday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Traders Weigh Fed Taper Outlook: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil extends losses after deep Saudi price cuts signal demand concerns

[Reuters] Factbox: U.S. Gulf Coast energy companies struggle to restart production after Ida hit

[Reuters] Life after the ECB? The tapering debate begins

[Reuters] Talk now, act later: Five questions for the ECB

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Evergrande Contagion Risk Has China Junk Bond Yields Soaring

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Are in ‘Sweet Spot’ for Carry Trades Again

[CNN] Taiwan scrambles jets against renewed Chinese military activity

[Bloomberg] China’s Vice Premier Liu Reassures Businesses Amid Crackdowns

[Bloomberg] Making Sense of Xi’s New Common Prosperity Doctrine

[WSJ] When Financial Experts Refer to a ‘Blowoff Top,’ Here’s What They Are Talking About

[FT] The Chinese control revolution: the Maoist echoes of Xi’s power play 

[FT] ECB weighs slower bond purchases as economy rebounds

[FT] Global dealmaking set to break records after frenzied summer

[FT] Markets seem to be missing the risks on US inflation

[FT] China jitters spill in to emerging market funds

Sunday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Eye Japan Lift; Traders Mull Weak Jobs: Markets Wrap 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Extends Losses as Saudi Arabia Slashes Asian Crude Prices

[Reuters] 'Human toll was tremendous': Ida's death count rises while 600,000 still lack power

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s ‘Mr. Income Distribution’ Explains Common Prosperity

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Clock Ticks for Evergrande as $7.4 Billion of Bonds Due in 2022

Sunday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Dares to Ask If Crisis Stimulus Can Be Pared Back: Eco Week

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond-Market Day of Reckoning Denied as Weak Jobs Dim Taper Talk

[AP] Two anchors of COVID safety net ending, affecting millions

[AP] Until 2023? Parts shortage will keep auto prices sky-high

[CNBC] College debt crisis drives more students away from four-year schools

[WSJ] Search for Yield Leads Bond Buyers to Unrated Debt

[WSJ] U.S. Ports See Shipping Logjams Likely Extending Far Into 2022

[FT] Will the ECB slow the pace of its bond buying?