Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds Fall as Data Adds to Taper Debate: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hong Kong Stocks Hit 10-Month Low on Evergrande Contagion Fears

[Reuters] Asian shares fall again, dollar drifts

[Reuters] German yields touch two-month high, Austria sees record demand for debt sale

[Reuters] Oil slips but holds to most gains after draw in U.S. stocks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Retail Sales Unexpectedly Jump in Sign of Resilient Demand

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] McConnell Rebuffs Yellen on Debt Limit, Says Up to Democrats

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stagflation Fears Cast Longer Shadow on Markets as Energy Surges

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Evergrande Market Fallout Grows as Local Unit Halts Bond Trading

[Reuters] China Evergrande bond trading suspended after downgrade

[Reuters] As China Evergrande's debt crisis deepens, unpaid small business owners speak of despair

[Reuters] Explainer: How China Evergrande's debt troubles pose a systemic risk

[Reuters] China forms cross-agency team to crack down on securities misbehaviour

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe’s Energy Crunch Sparks Panic in Asia and Dash to Buy Fuel

[CNBC] Europe’s energy crisis is making the market nervous. And analysts expect record-high prices to persist

[Reuters] China fumes over U.S. nuclear sub pact with Britain, Australia

[Reuters] Australia's new US-UK security pact risks China trade

[Reuters] Taiwan plans $9 bln boost in arms spending, warns of 'severe threat'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Decries Arms Race as U.S. Allies Unite on Nuclear Subs

[AP] Friction among Taliban pragmatists, hard-liners intensifies

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Mental Health Could Be the Next Casualty of Global Warming

[Bloomberg] ‘Just Get Me a Box’: Inside the Brutal Realities of Supply Chain Hell

[WSJ] Rising Shipping Costs Are Companies’ Latest Inflation Riddle

[WSJ] Amazon Is Doing It. So Is Walmart. Why Retail Loves ‘Buy Now, Pay Later.’

[WSJ] Evergrande’s Woes Fuel Selloff in Chinese Property Shares

[WSJ] Surging Energy Prices Close U.K. Factories, Another Bottleneck in a World Full of Them

[FT] Jair Bolsonaro’s ‘hyper-radicalised base’ stirs unease in Brazil

Wednesday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Set for Steady Open; Crude Oil Jumped: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Stock futures rise slightly following S&P 500′s best day in more than two weeks

[Reuters] Explainer-Main battles ahead for U.S. Democrats' $3.5 trillion social spending bill

[Reuters] Australia to get U.S. nuclear submarine technology as China looms large

[FT] US builds bulwark against China with UK-Australia security pact

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Dow gain on factory data, strong oil prices 

[CNBC] Here’s how inflation is hitting the online prices of everything from apparel to furniture

[Reuters] U.S. housing regulator proposes tweaks to capital rules for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

[Reuters] China tests oil clout, battles inflation with first oil reserve auction

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Inflation Jumps to 4.1% in Canada, Jolting Trudeau Campaign