Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Traders Await Fed: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Mainland China markets close mixed after earlier losses; Evergrande crisis closely watched

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Traders Given Evergrande Reprieve as PBOC Adds Liquidity

[Reuters] Evergrande domestic debt deal calms immediate contagion concern

[Reuters] Fed likely to open bond-buying 'taper' door, but hedge on outlook

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Democrats Pursue Doomed Debt Move, With Emergency Option in Hand

[CNBC] Stronger mortgage demand points to September surge in home sales

[Reuters] Evergrande to make domestic bond coupon payment, soothing fear

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Injects $18.6 Billion Into Banking System During Evergrande Crisis

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Evergrande Filing on Yuan Bond Interest Leaves Analysts Guessing

[Reuters] Hardly Evergrande: China's economy seen needing more support as curbs on property and tech take toll

[CNBC] House passes bill to avoid government shutdown, suspend debt limit — but it faces Senate roadblocks with deadlines near

[Reuters] BOJ keeps policy steady, offers bleaker view on exports, output

[Reuters] Soaring gas prices ripple through heavy industry, supply chains

[CNBC] Jamie Dimon warns it’s possible the Fed could be forced into a sharp move next year

[Bloomberg] Powell Draws Scorn From Key GOP Senator Over Politicized Fed

[NYT] Beyond Evergrande’s Troubles, a Slowing Chinese Economy

[WSJ] Fed Meeting Will Focus on Taper Timetable

[WSJ] Evergrande Is China’s Economy in a Nutshell

[WSJ] China’s Regulatory Storm Risks Triggering Wider Economic Damage

[FT] Evergrande: What would China’s biggest debt restructuring look like?

[FT] Evergrande and the end of China’s ‘build, build, build’ model

[FT] Xie: Politics trumps money in Chinese markets

[FT] Evergrande crisis entangles ETF investors as fallout spreads

[FT] Hard choices loom for Europe as the gas crisis bites

[FT] Evergrande fallout could be worse than Lehman for China, Jim Chanos warns

Tuesday Evening Links

[CNBC] Market rebound attempt fails as Dow closes in the red on Tuesday

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Ekes Out Gain as Investors Focus on Supply Constraints 

[Reuters]  U.S. corporate bonds perk up after stock selloff

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] SALT Cap’s Temporary Repeal Is an Option, Menendez Say

[AP] Tight job market is causing costs to rise at FedEx

[AP] ‘Soul-crushing’: US COVID-19 deaths are topping 1,900 a day

[Reuters] In climate pledge, Xi says China will not build new coal-fired power projects abroad

[Bloomberg] Evergrande Borrowed From Everyone

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fall After Dip Buying Enthusiasm Wanes: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street ends near flat on cautious note ahead of Fed

[Reuters] U.S. current account deficit widens to 14-year high in second quarter

[Reuters] Labor, building material shortages depress U.S. single-family housing starts

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Trudeau’s Win Puts Capitalists in ‘Penalty Box,’ Rosenberg Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bernstein Quants Warn of Extreme Valuations for Bond-Tied Stocks